Q: What are three ways to show that two thirds is larger than two fifths?

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By switching the fraction the opposite form.For example,5 thirds you switch them to 3 fifths.

Multiply two fifths by two to get a common denominator. Then you will have 4 tenths plus three tenths. then add straight across and you will get seven tenths.

100/5 =20 20x3=60 is a simple way.

If you have 3 and you want to show this in an improper fraction in thirds, you have to get 1 whole one into thirds, which is 3/3 and then times it by three whole ones which is 9/3. The answer is 9 thirds!

three triangles on top of each other so they form a larger triangle.

Taking it literally, it is "zero point six six seven". However, it could be "two thirds" if it is being written to show only three decimal places.

eggplant is this for a radio show?

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Start off by drawing 4 whole boxes. Shade all of them in completely. Draw another box of the same size, but split it into thirds. Shade in 2 of those thirds.

Two and three thirds is three so you write it as 3. And 3 is also how you write it as a decimal: nothing more, nothing less. There is no need for a decimal point and there should certainly not be any trailing 0s.

The duration of Three for the Show is 1.55 hours.

divide the rectangle into 5 equal parts. Shade two of those parts.

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draw a bar 3 in long in outline form, then shade the first 2 inches.

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The issue of slavery was becoming a larger problem.

The issue of slavery was becoming A larger population

2/3 x 1/8 = 2/24 = 1/12

"Heroes show" has three syllables. He-roes - show.

My Three Sons, perhaps?

A mixed fraction is a rational number which has an integer part as well as a fractional part: for example, two and three fifths = 2 3/5. Note: Now that the powers that be have disabled superscripts and subscripts on this browser, it is not possible for me to show the fraction in its proper form.

"...three for five" as stated on The Cosby Show is NOT a play on words as the answer on Wiki and other sites notes. It is a historical reference to the three-fifth rule, whereby free black slaves were counted as three-fifths of a white citizen for purposes of allocating congressional representatives among the states (five blacks were counted as three whites). Bill Cosby caveats his statement of equality and solidarity ("all for one and one for all") with the reference to a time in history when this equality did not exist.