three fifths is bigger.
three fifths is less than six sevenths
Two thirds is greater than three fifths.
-- "Three eights" is 24. That's way bigger than three fifths.-- Three eighths is 37.5% less than three fifths.
Yes, it is less.
There are infinitely many fractions greater than two fifths; the most obvious answer would be three fifths. A half is also greater than two fifths.
No it is not, because three fifths=.6 as a decimal and three tenths=.3 as a decimal. So 3/5 is not less than 3/10.
2 and four fifths is less than three, 2 and six fifths is greater than 3.
Since the absolute value of three elevenths is less than 1, there is no mixed fraction.Since the absolute value of three elevenths is less than 1, there is no mixed fraction.Since the absolute value of three elevenths is less than 1, there is no mixed fraction.Since the absolute value of three elevenths is less than 1, there is no mixed fraction.
No! The fraction seven eighths is bigger than the fraction four fifths.
An (uncountable) infinitude of numbers, including two thirds, seven tenths, and pi fifths.
Yes. If the numerators are the same, the larger the denominator the smaller the fraction is.
4.3 fifths = 4.3/5 = 43/50. Since the absolute value of this fraction is less than 1, there is no sensible way to represent it as a mixed fraction.
There are an infinite number of fractions less than 4/5ths, such as 3/5ths, 2/5ths, and 1/5th.
Well 2 is less than half of 5...... and 3 is more than half of 4. Therefore: three fourths is more than two fifths.
One half refers to 0.5 mathematically whereas three fifths refers to 0.6 and hence one half is smaller than three fifths.
three fifths.....or anywhere between 25% and 49%
3/5 is more than 1/2
1/2 is less than 3/5
No - expressed as a decimal, one half is equal to 0.5. Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 0.6 is equal to 3/5 or three fifths.
Four fifths is less.