Five sixths is the bigger fraction.
Three quarters is one quarter less than "1" AND three quarters adds up to 75 cents which is 25 cents less than one dollar. So three quarters is both smaller than "1" and smaller than a dollar!
no, it is smaller
Yes. 3/4 = 0.75 and 4/6 = 2/3 = 0.6666666..... so 3/4 is bigger.
3/4 is bigger than 1/2
they are about even so nether are bigger =]
No - if the fraction were to have a denominator of 6, then 3/4 would be equal to 4.5/6 or four and a half sixths.
You arrange the data set in ascending order. You then find the observation such that a quarter of the observations are smaller than it and three quarters are bigger. That value is the lower quartile. Next find the observation such that three quarters of the observations are smaller than it and a quarter are bigger. That value is the upper quartile. Upper quartile minus lower quartile = IQR.
Oh yes, one third is quite a bit smaller than five sixths. To compare, we can convert one third into two sixths. So five sixths is fully three sixths (equal to one half) larger than a third.
five sixths because 3/4=9/12 and 5/6=10/12
four fifths is bigger
Three quarters is bigger
Yes, one sixth is equal to two twelfths.Therefore three sixths is equal to just six twelths.Seven twelfths is therefore bigger (more) than 3 sixths.
You change five sixths into ten twelfths and three quarters into nine twelfths. Then you subtract the nine twelfths from the ten twelfths, which equals one twelfth.
(3/8) is 12.5% bigger than (2/6).