Nope... one half is bigger than two fifths.
One half is bigger than two fifths because two fifths just before 2.5 fifths which is half.
-- "Three eights" is 24. That's way bigger than three fifths.-- Three eighths is 37.5% less than three fifths.
Well 2 is less than half of 5...... and 3 is more than half of 4. Therefore: three fourths is more than two fifths.
three fifths is bigger.
Three fifths is equivalent to 0.600, and 0.625>0.600. Therefore, 0.625 is bigger than 3/5 (three fifths).
One half is bigger then two fifths.
Two thirds is greater than three fifths.
one half is greater one half = 0.5 two fifths = 0.4 0.5 is bigger than 0.4
One half refers to 0.5 mathematically whereas three fifths refers to 0.6 and hence one half is smaller than three fifths.
No, three fifths is larger because it is 3 parts out of 5, or 60 percent, while one fifth is only one part out of five, or 20 percent. Hope this helped. that answer i agree with, but I would still like to put my point of view out for the world to see too. anyways, no one fifths is not bigger than three fifths . because THREE fifths is bigger than ONE fifths, (because one is obviously bigger than three)
Three fifths is a tenth part more than a half. -ie Half is 5/10 - 3/5 is 6/10.
Three fourths is bigger than one half.
0.6 is equal to 3/5.
There are infinitely many fractions greater than two fifths; the most obvious answer would be three fifths. A half is also greater than two fifths.
yep - the bigger the number, the smaller the amount!
Two fifths is greater than three tenths, because the smaller the denominator (top number), the bigger the piece (bottom number).