You can do this in two steps. First you convert it to an improper fraction the usual way. Then you transform it to an equivalent fraction, with a denominator 6.
five-eights is one-eigtht larger than one-half...which, after converting to a common denominator, is four-eights.
The denominator must be double the numerator.
If the denominator is more than double the numerator, then the fraction is less than a half.
The equivalent fraction for five tenths is one half.
One half = 1/2.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.One half = 1/2.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.One half = 1/2.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.One half = 1/2.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.
There is only one, and that is 50/100.
the denominator of one half is 2
12 & 24
Expressed as a fraction with the denominator 6, 1/2 is equal to 3/6 or three sixths.
3/16 When you take half of something, you multiply the denominator by two, and the numerator by one. 1/2 X 3/8 = 3/16
Multiply the numerator (top) by any non-zero number and the denominator (bottom) by the same number. You will have an equivalent fraction.
If a fraction is equivalent to one-half then the numerator is always half the denominator. Or, the double the numerator is the denominator. So, given any other fraction, p/q, if 2p < q then the fraction < 1/2 if 2p = q then the fraction = 1/2 if 2p > q then the fraction > 1/2
What a fraction with a denominator less than one means, depends on what sort of denominator it is.A fraction with a negative denominator, like 1/-4 is minus a quarter. It is the same as -1/4. But if both numerator and denominator are negative, like -1/-4, that is equivalent to a positive fraction, in this case, 1/4A fraction with a fractional denominator, like 1 / (1/2) is equivalent to one divided by a half, which is equivalent to one multiplied by the inverse of a half, or 1 x (2/1). That's 2.1 / (1/2) is like asking, "How many halves are there in one?" The answer is two.
In fractions equivalent to 1/2, the numerator is half of the denominator. Any fraction where the numerator is less than half of the denominator, like 19/40, is less than 1/2. Any fraction where the numerator is more than half of the denominator, like 49/96, is greater than 1/2. That's also a quick way to compare fractions. 4/9 is less than 5/8.
If you are asking what half of five is, the "technical" way is "five times one half," which sounds weird, but one must use the opposite mathemathical function of a mathematical function to get the right answer. half of five is 2 1/2. punch this into your calculator to get half of five: 5 x 0.5 = this is HALF OF FIVE. ................ However, when you repeat the same mathemetical function (you cannot divide the fraction in this case because a fraction is a form of division), it will multply your answer by the denominator. 5 / 0.5 = 10 these are not one in the same. this may be correct in a certain situation, but this answer is NOT half of five.
one half 1/2
there are many things like one half, two fourth, three sixth and if you simplify all of them you get one half. So the answer is one half
It is the same. If you divide both numerator and denominator in 5/10 with 5, you get 1/2.
you can either write it as: 1/2 or 0.5, or anything equal to those (5/10 or 0.500-anything that reduces to 1/2) if you can divide both the numerator and denominator by the numerator, and get 1/2, then you have found a fraction equivalent to one half :) the numerator is the number on top of the fraction, and the denominator is the number on the bottom.
The least common denominator of five sixths and one fourth is: 12.
Nine tenths is greater than one half. If you have a pie and you took half of it away you would have another half of a pie left. If you took nine tenths of a pie away then you would be left with a tiny sliver. Another way to solve it is to make the denominator into ten so if you made one half into tenths it would be five tenths and everyone knows nine is greater than five.