Three of anything is generally bigger than two of the same thing.
Four sevenths of two thirds
one and five sevenths
5/7 ; five sevenths
Yes two fifths are greater than two sevenths
Convert them to a common denominator, which in this case is 35 (5 x 7...the two denominators multiplied), so 3/5 becomes 21/35 and 4/7 becomes 20/35, therefore three fifths is greater than four sevenths.
The answer to this question is three and 4 ones.
less..27/70 half would be 35/70
no five sevenths is greater than two thirds
no...three sevenths is equal to 15/35 and two fifths is equal to 14/35.
2/7 is 3/14 less than 1/2.
2/8 = 14/56 3/7 = 24/56 so three sevenths is bigger
Two fifths is greater than two sevenths
Two third is less than three fourth.
3/7 + 2/7 = 5/7
two less than three times a number is 28
It has to be 7x9 or 63 or less. There is no number less than 63 which is divisible by both 7 and 9 therefore 63 is the LCD.
the sum of a number that is one less than three is two
The correct answer for two-fifths of Three-sevenths is 29 over 35. For a full explanation visit bbc.co.uk/bitesize/standard/maths_ii/numbers/fractions/revision/4/