yes. four sixths i2 greater than three sixths
They are equal to each other. By reducing both of them, you get 1/2.
Yes, 14/6 is greater than 18/8.
two fifths is less than four sixths
Yes, by 1.4
7/8= .875 and 5/6=.8333...(3 repeating). This means that seven eighths is greater than five sixths.
Yes, seven eighths is greater than five tenths. Five tenths, or one half, expressed in eighths would be four eighths. Since seven is greater than four, seven eighths is greater than four eighths (or five tenths). One easy way to know is use a calculator and do the division (seven divided by eight, and five divided by ten); in decimal form the higher value may be more quickly apparent when compared.
Two thirds is actually equal to four sixths. You have to reduce four sixths by dividing the numerator and denominator by a common factor, which in this case is 2.
Yes it is. Five sixths is about 0.83 in decimal and four fifths is exactly 0.8 in decimal.
2/6 is 111/9% less than 3/8 .
Yes, four-fifths is greater than four-eighths.
Four ninths is greater than two sixths, bear with me while I say why:One ninth is about 11.11%, and one sixths is about 16.66%. Got that?11.11% (1/9) times 4 = 44.4%, which is four ninths.16.66% (1/6) times 2 = 33.3%, which is 2 sixths.44.4% is greater than 33.3%.Therefore four ninths is greater than two sixths.
5/6 is greater than 4/5
Four sixths is bigger than one half. Three sixths make one half.
No one-half equals four-eighths so that means seven-eighths is greater than one-half(four eighths)
No because 9/12 is greater than 4/6No