They are equivalent fractions, each equal to 0.2
No. Half of one tenth is 1/20. To get 1/5 take two 'one tenth's ie twice of one tenth is one fifth.
An equivalent fraction for one fifth would be two tenth if you multiply it by two.
Yes, 1/5 and 2/10 are fractions.
No, one tenth is half of one fifth.
They are two proper rational fractions.
Two fifths and one tenth are completely differentfractions - they are not equivalent values for the same fraction !
Well, a fifth is one fifth of one, that's why it's called a fifth, it's divided into five. If your question was 'what is a fifth a tenth of?', then the answer would be two. What is a fifth a seventh of? 1.4, etc.
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one and one tenth
0.1 = 1/10 (one tenth) 2/20 (two twentieths)
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4/10 and 8/20.
1/10 + 1/5 =3/10. This is because, to add or subtract fractions, you must get them to have a common denominator. You can then convert 1/5 to 2/10 so that it shares a common denominator with the fraction 1/10. You then add the numerators, and 1+2=3, therefore your sum of the two fractions is 3/10, or 3 over 10.
The words "multiplied by " are the same as saying "of". Four eighths is the same as one half. So, "one fifth multiplied by four eighths" is the same as saying "one fifth of one half". It's also the same as " 0.2 of 0.5 " You can swap the two fractions with each other, so it is also the same as saying "one half of one fifth" or 0.5 of 0.2 The answer is one tenth, or 0.1.
There are 200 Pence in Two Pounds, therefore - 20 Pence is one tenth (1/10th) or 10% of Two Pounds.
There are many fractions that are equal to one fifth. To find them, you multiply any whole number, (1/5 times 2) and find the answer. (2/10) When you reduce two tenths, (or any fraction) divide 2/10 by 2 and get 1/5. Two tenths and one fifth are equal.
2/3 * 1/5 = 2/15 [in order to compute the answer multiply the numerators of both fractions over the product of the denominators] whenever a problem says "of" it essentially means to multiply. So, in essence two-thirds of one-fifth equals two-fifteenths.
It would be two fifths turned into tenths which is two tenths - (when you turn fifths into tenths, you multiply it by 2 so you do the same with the numerator.) You do not change the denominator so you subtract the numerators 2-1=1. The answer is one tenth.
2/5 plus 1/5 minus 3/10 is equal to 0.3 or 3/10
1 fifth and 2 fifths
You first need to break the question down into fractions that can be added together, thus:-one half = five tenthsone fifth = two tenthsthen do the additionfive tenths + two tenths = seven tenthsSolving 1/2 + 1/5...1/2 = 5/101/5 = 2/105/10 + 2/10 = 7/10
One fifth plus one fifth is two fifths (2/5).