I'm mostly sure that four sixths is bigger than two thirds.
Four sixths is bigger. Since if you simplify four sixths is equivalent to two thirds. So two thirds is bigger than two fifths, just like one half is bigger than two thirds.
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.
Four sixths, which is equal to two thirds, if rounded to the nearest half is approximately one half. In terms of a decimal analysis, two thirds is very close to .67, and .67 - .5 = .17, so two thirds is just .17 more than a half, but if we compare it to the number one, two thirds is fully a third (or .333...) less than one. And that is more than .17 so two thirds is closer to a half than it is to one.
theyre equal, because if you simplify four sixth it reduces down to two thirds.
no but two thirds is more than five sixth
No. Two thirds is the same as 4 sixths. 3 sixths is the same as 1 half. 2 thirds is 331/3% more than 3 sixths.
yes. four sixths i2 greater than three sixths
There are many - two thirds is its simplest form, but there's eight twelfths, sixteen twenty fourths etc. But you can't get simpler than two thirds.
No. If you look at the two number closely, you can see that two sixths is actually one third, which is smaller than two thirds.
yes by two thirds
No, it is not.
Yes. One sixth is one half of one third to be exact. Two-sixths are equal to one-third, three-sixths is a half, four-sixths is two-thirds, five-sixths is exactly what it is, and six-sixths is a whole.
It is greater than
Yes, by 1.4
two fifths is less than four sixths
No, four twelfths is equal to one third, so two thirds is more.
four fifths is greater than two thirds four fifths is 80% Two thirds is 66.666666666666666666666666666 etc.
Yes, five sixths is bigger than four twelfths (simplified: one third).
no two thirds is equal to four sixths no two thirds is equal to four sixths. Two thirds is 4 times larger than 1 sixth No one sixth is smaller. Whenever you do fractions alwaysthink of pies. Like for example you make two pies you cut one pie in six parts, and the other in three parts which slices are bigger. Or also you eat 2 of the 3 slices of one pie and 1 of the 6 slice in the other, which pie is emptier. The pie that is emptier had the bigger slices so therefore that fraction you ate from the emptier pie is bigger than the other fraction.
No. The other is greater.