An (uncountable) infinitude of numbers, including two thirds, seven tenths, and pi fifths.
are you serious. what grade are you in, birth? four-fifths is greater than three-tenths.
Two thirds is greater than three fifths.
four thirds (4/3)
Two fifths is greater than three tenths, because the smaller the denominator (top number), the bigger the piece (bottom number).
two thirds is greater because 0.6=three fifths so three fifths and two thirds could be simplified into nine fifteenths and two thirds could be simplified into ten fifteenths so ten is greater than nine so it is two thirds.
No, but two thirds and six ninths are equivalent fractions. six tenths is equivalent to three fifths.
2/3 is greater than 3/10
The answer is actually 3 fifths. This is because if you double the bottom to equal 10 you have to double the top leaving it 6 tenths which is grater than four tenths.
2/5 is greater.
three fifths is greater. if the number on top is the same, then the one with the least on bottom is the greatest.
53/30 or 1 23/30
Two fifths is larger than three tenths because when you find the LCD (lowest common denominator) between the two, it is 4 tenths (two fifths) and 3 tenths.
three eighths, two thirds, four fifths.
four fifths is equal to eight tents, so three tenths plus eight tenths is eleven tenths, or one and one tenth
13 tenths, or one and 3 tenths Change one half to five tenths. Change three fifths to six tenths. Add these to two tenths.
three tenths :) Actually on a scientific calculator it is 3/35
Two and two thirds divided by one and three fifths = 12/3