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Q: What does 5 wholes and 2 thirds - 2 wholes and 3 fifths?

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15 fifths. Because 5/5 (1) times 3 = 15/5. 1 whole = 5 fifths 2 wholes = 10 fifths 3 wholes = 15 fifths

5 wholes is 15 thirds so your improper fraction is 17/3

3

17

2/3 is greater.

2

26/3

1 1/3

2/3 of 3/5 is 2/5.

8.66-3.86=4.8=4 wholes and 17 over 21

There are: 15/3 = 5 wholes

3 fifths is greater and I'm only in 6th grade

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42/3 = 14/3 change the whole number into thirds and add the 2 thirds and you have 14 thirds

No. Two-thirds is (16 and 2/3 percent) less than four-fifths.

2/3

Yes, it is.

3

1.5

15 fifths are in 3- each whole has 5/5 and there are 3 wholes, so 3 x5 = 15 fifths

3/5 is the smaller of the two.

4 wholes and 2 over 3 is over 2 and 2 is over 4

four and four fifths

2/3 is 66 2/3 %; 3/5 is 60 % -- 2/3 must be larger!

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