11/12 eleven over twelve
1 and 4/12 or 1 and 1/3
It is 23/12.
11/12 = 0.9166... recurring.
2 and eleven out of twelve.
seventeen and seven over twelve
If it is ten and over then you spell it. (ten, eleven, twelve...etc.)
11/12 + 1/2 = 17/12
11/12 times 2/3 = 11/18 in its simplest form
55 ÷ 5 = 11 60 ÷ 5 = 12 Therefore: 11/12 (eleven over twelve).
0.916666711 / 12 = 0.916667Convert the decimal to a percentage: 0.916667 * 100 = 91.67%
Just divide 11 by 12 and you get a decimal. Put a percent sign behind the first two numbers (after it has been rounded) and take away the decimal point. There you go!
in roman numerals
I am twelve 4'9 and weigh 80 pounds....so i dont know...
Well no, i don't think so, as long as its over the age of ten :)
nooooooooooooooo way I'm eleven i swear and i weigh around 92-96 some boys weighed over 110 at my fifth grade school so the answer is......... noooooooooo
Twelve over twelve as a mixed number can't appear as a mixed number like one and three fourths, so twelve over twelve equals a whole, or AKA, 1. There's your answer.
what is five over twelve as a percent
decimal which is equivalent to nine over eleven = 0.8181
The decimal system of counting is well established in the English names for numbers. Both the suffix -teen (as in fourteen) and the suffix -ty (as in forty) are related to the word ten. But what about the anomalous eleven and twelve? Why do we not say oneteen, twoteen along the same pattern as thirteen, fourteen, fifteen? Eleven in Old English is endleofan, and related forms in the various Germanic languages point back to an original Germanic *ainlif, "eleven." *Ainlif is composed of *ain-, "one," the same as our one, and the suffix *-lif from the Germanic root *lib-, "to adhere, remain, remain left over." Thus, eleven is literally "one-left" (over, that is, past ten), and twelve is "two-left" (over past ten).from Answers.com
seven over twelve. fraction form