It is: 3/4 divided by 1/10 = 15/2 in its simplest form or as 7.5 as a decimal
three tenths, 0.3
5/12 or if divided, 0.4166666666666667
It is: 2 and 1/4 or 2.25
7 1/2 or 7.5
31.5 (get 1/10 of 840, then get 3/4 of that, then get 1/2 of that)
quarter divided into quarters --> we get 4 x 4 = 16 th particles. Three of those are 3/16
Do 9 divided by 4 to get one quarter of nine = 2.25. Times this answer by three to get three quarters = 6.75.
1/6 / 3/4 = 2/9.
3/5 / 6 = 1/10, or one tenth.
One-third of seven and a half (7.5) is 2.5. You can think of it as three-quarters divided by three.
three quarters. one half (two quarters) and one quarter = three quarters.
2.0 divided by one tenth is 20. Don't know what modelling has to do with it, though.
one and three quarters
Three fourths is three quarters One half is two quarters. Three quarters is greater than two quarters.
1.75 or one and three quarters
Four fifths divided by one tenth is 8
Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 3/4 + 1/10 = 17/20 or seventeen twentieths.
One half divided by two thirds is equal to three quarters. This can be calculated by multiplying one half by three halves, as the denominator is a fraction and needs to be inversed and multiplied.
One tenth = one divided by 10 = 0.1
you are close. duble one is between three or four quarters.
Three quarters of four is one.