yes

Zero, one fourth, three fifths and seven tenths.

Yes.

No

Multiply two fifths by two to get a common denominator. Then you will have 4 tenths plus three tenths. then add straight across and you will get seven tenths.

7/10

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.

An (uncountable) infinitude of numbers, including two thirds, seven tenths, and pi fifths.

three

7

Three fifths is larger than three eighths

eight-tenths

Three fifths is larger.

four fifths is equal to eight tents, so three tenths plus eight tenths is eleven tenths, or one and one tenth

are you serious. what grade are you in, birth? four-fifths is greater than three-tenths.

13 tenths, or one and 3 tenths Change one half to five tenths. Change three fifths to six tenths. Add these to two tenths.

3/5 + 7/10 = 1 3/10 or one and three tenths. Expressed as a decimal, this is equal to 1.3.

three tenths.

two fifths.

three fifths, 60 percent

Six tenths but then you have to simplify it so then it would be three fifths

There are infinitely many fractions between the two. Seven tenths is one example.

The decimal version of three fifths is .6 (six tenths is the same as three fifths).

No

no