Three quarters (3/4) is the same as 6/8 (by multiplying the top and bottom by 2). The is more than five eights (5/8).
Three eights. Just convert one fourth to the same denominator which equals two eights.
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Since they're the same, you don't need to think about the "eights" bit. So you're left with five being bigger than three.
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Yes: 5/8 = 10/16
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three fast, three slow, three fast. all the same note. ... _ _ _ ... or, three eighth notes, three quarters then tee eights again.
Two eights are the same as one quarter (1/4, 0.25 or 25%)
No. At the denominators are the same (both 8), compare the numerators(1 < 5).
Four eighths ( 4/8 ) is the same amount as three sixths ( 3/6 ). Both of them are the same amount as one half ( 1/2 ).
Three sixths is a half, which would be the same as four eighths
3 eighths. three fourths is the same as six eighths, so subtract your 3/8 and you have 3/8 left
Three component conforming to the same type of socket
No. The Intel Pentium 4 line was produced for three sockets. The shortlived Socket 423, Socket 478, and LGA 775 (sometimes called Socket T).
Multiply the numerator (top) by any non-zero number and the denominator (bottom) by the same number. You will have an equivalent fraction.
four Eights is exactly the same as one half.
To get an equivalent fraction, multiply both numbers by the same number. For example, multiplying by 2, you get 6/16.
They are of the same value because 9/24 = 3/8 in its lowest terms
No. Three fifths is three out of five parts. 3.5 is three and a half