Yes, five sixths is bigger than four twelfths (simplified: one third).
five sixths of twenty-four is 20.
Four sixths is equal to five and one third over eight. It is okay if a fraction has a a fraction in it.
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.
four sixths or two thirds
Five sixths... two thirds equals FOUR sixths.
seventy-eleven and a half
"What is four and a half plus three and five sixths": Eight and one third (8 1/3)
one third? two sixths? three ninths? five fifteenths? six eighteenths? 33%? i could go on forever...
Yes it is. Five sixths is about 0.83 in decimal and four fifths is exactly 0.8 in decimal.
One sixth plus four sixths equals five sixths, or 5/6.
Before you can add fractions, you first need to convert the fractions so they have common denominators. Two thirds is equal to four sixths, so now we can add the fractions that have common denominators. Four sixths and five sixths equals eleven sixths, or one and five sixths left over. Now, add your whole numbers...one, four and the one gained when we converted the fraction equals six and five sixths.
Yes. Six sevenths is 88%. Five sixths is 83.4%.
six and three sixths or six and one half
No. Two thirds is equivalent to four sixths (if you multiply the numerator and divisor of two thirds by 2, you get four sixths).
It isn't bigger. It is smaller by one sixth.
what is four sixths of twelve One sixth of twelve is two, since 2 x 6 = 12. So four sixths of twelve would be 8. Five sixths of twelve would be 10.
the industrial revolution
4*5/6 = 20/6 = 10/3 or 3.33... recurring.
One sixth. As the denominator (bottom number) is the same on both sides, simply take four away from five, and keep the denominator the same.
Four-sixths (4/3) reduced is the same as two-thirds (2/3) so four-sixths is greater!
Yes, four sixths is equal to two-thirds.
Answer = four thirds or one and a third.
5/6*4=10/3, or 3.33.....
yes. four sixths i2 greater than three sixths