1/4 of the cake is left.
You wont have any cake left You wont have any cake left NONE!! lol u wont hav any left!
Left Fraction was created in 1940.
The half on your left
5/12 of the pizza remains.
You would have eaten six-tenths or three-fifths of the cake. 9/10 x 2/3 = 18/30 = 3/5 six- tenths and three fifths are the same
Left overs of that fraction,it depends.
If you ate 0.625 one day then you have not got enough to eat 0.5 the next day.
The cake is eaither eaten by audience viewers, staffers, or is later thrown away.
No, after you've cut one-third and three-ninths, which is another third, there are only five-fifteenths left!
1 as a whole number and 3 fifteenths as the fraction, meaning 1 would stand alone on the left and 3 fifteenths would be in fraction form. Therefore 3 would be the numberator and 15 would be the denominator.
3/4 or 75% is left. 3/4=75%
Yes, cake can be left out for a few hours and still stay fresh and all. To make it keep longer, try to keep the cake out of direct sunlight, away from high heat, out of the elemetns (wind, rain, ect.), and in a dry place.
The fraction left is 1/70
If you have half of something and you eat that half you have none; don't forget, "You can't have your cake and eat it too."
A cake will typically not last very long if left on the counter. This is because people will eat it.
To find the improper fraction to a mixed fraction you follow these steps: 1) Look at your fraction and determine the number of times you can fit the bottom number into the top number. Ex. 5/3. Three goes into 5 once. So you write down a one. 2) Determine how many are left over. Ex. 5/3. Three goes into five once. 5-3=2. There are 2 left over. 3) You keep your denominator. So now you have 5/3= 1 and 2/3.
2/3 x 3/4 = 6/12 = 1/2 given away and 1/2 is left
In fact, a cake can be froze without anything happening to it. If it were to have some kind of liquid filling, then the cake will have a watery taste if left in the freezer for too long.
You have a 6/15 left.
The ejection fraction is a measure of how much blood the heart can pump. The left ejection fraction is how much blood the heart can pump out into the body (as opposed to into the lungs.) 40-50% is a below-normal ejection fraction.
You could make a trifle