Yes, seven eights is larger than seven ninths.
no, 2/3 is the same as 6/9
Eight ninths is 1.587% more than seven eighths.
2/3 = 12/18 and 7/9 = 14/18So the fraction between them is 13/18
Seven thirds is two and one third. Seven thirds is considered an improper fraction in that the numerator is larger than the denominator. If you were to divide seven by three by hand or calculator, you would come up with 2.3333333... and so on, which is two and one third.
Two thirds is not larger than four fifths. It's almost 17% smaller.
There are 9 ninths in a unit - seven ninths is less than nine ninths, so 7/9 <1 To visualise it, try this: Cut a pizza into nine equal slices - if they are not equal, pretend they are. If you take seven of these nine slices, you have seven ninths of a pizza. Is that not less than the whole ONE?
5/9 = .555 7/8 = .875 Thereby, five ninths is less than seven eighths.
yes because 2/3 = 6/9
7/9 is 162/3 percent more than 6/9 .
Basically, seven tenths is written as 7/10. And in a fraction, 7/10 means 7 divided by 10. So, 7 divided by 10 is 0.7 if you write it in decimals. And, two thirds is written as 2/. Which means the same thing, 2 divided by 3. So, 2 divided by 3 is 0.66666666666(it goes on and on...)7. In conclusion 0.7 is larger than 0.6. So, seven tenths is larger than two thirds.
There's no numeral that's the same as seven ninths. The smallest numeral is 'one' (1), and seven ninths is smaller than 'one'. So there's no numeral that's small enough to stand in place of seven ninths. They're all too big. If any numeral tries to dress up to look like seven ninths, the sleeves stop at the elbows and the pants don't close.
5/6 is larger than 2/3
2/3 is larger than 2/8
2/3 = 6/9 and so it is greater than 4/9
yes it is.