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Q: Is 2 tenths larger than 1 third?

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Yes, 4/10 is larger than 1/3

No. .5 (5/10) is larger than .33 (1/3).

One-fourth is not larger then Four-tenths. One-fourth is equal to .25 of 1 Four-tenths is equal to .40 of 1.

No. 1/3 = 0.333 and 2/10 = 0.2. That makes 1/3 larger than 2/10.

No. Three tenths is 0.300 and 1/3 = 0.333.

Tenths place separates the places larger than 1 from those that are fractions of 1.

16.1 is larger cause if the 1 is in the tenths then it has a larger value and 2 which is in the hundredths is a smaller value remember tenths are larger behind the decimal and more than tenths is a smaller value behind the decimal

Tenths are larger than hundredths because hundredths are 10 times smaller than the tenths.The first digit on the right means tenths. (1/10)As we move further right, everynumber gets10 times smaller.Thenext digit to the tenths is the hundredths, thus hundredths is 10 times smaller than the tenths (1/10 * 1/10 = 1/100)

Yes 33 is larger than 1/3

no, it will be slightly bigger, 1 half is 1/6 larger than 1 third so 1 half and a third is 1/6 larger than 2/3

Never. A third is 0.33% and a half is 50%. Their is never an occasion when this is untrue.

5/10 equals 1/2, therefore 1/3 is greater.

20 tenths

1 is greater than tenths

No. .5 (1/2) is larger than .33 (1/3).

19-30ths

Yes, but not by much.

Four tenths is NOT bigger than 28 tenths. Four tenths = 4/10 = 0.4 Twenty-eight tenths = 28/10 = 2.8 *1/4 is greater than 1/28, if this is what you were meaning.

2/10 = 1/5 and 1/5 is quite obviously smaller than 3/5

eight tenths is greater 1 tenth may be smaller than 1 eighth but there are 8 1 tenths and only 3 1 eighths that amount is smaller than the amount of how many tenths there are

Yes. 14/10 is greater than 1 because the numerator (14) is larger than the denominator (10).

One third is approximately 33.3%. So 50% is larger than 1/3.

2/5 is 20% more than 1/3 .

No, 1/4 = 3/12, 1/3 = 4/12.

It is a decimal. It is in the tenths and is one third of 1.