Ten twelfths equals five sixths.
No because 9/12 is greater than 4/6No
We convert this to twelfths to give: 10 twelfths + 4 twelfths + 9 twelfths = 23 twelfths or 1 and 11 twelfths.
Five sixths, as five is greater than two.
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.
Yes. Two twelfths equal one sixth, so it follows.
3 and 5 twelfths
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no, two thirds = eight twelfths, so nine twelfths is bigger.
Eight twelfths, and twelfth eighteenths.
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.
Yes, five sixths is bigger than four twelfths (simplified: one third).
two sixths is greater.
double eleven is twenty-two 11/6 x 2/2 = 22/12
one third? two sixths? three ninths? five fifteenths? six eighteenths? 33%? i could go on forever...
According to maths, two fifths is greater than five sixths.
Ten twelfths reduces to five sixths, which is the same as 83.35%.
one third, four twelfths, eight twenty-fouths, ect.
Yes, it is. Three and two thirds is three and eight twelfths.
The answer is one.