six and three-fifths
Three and four-fifths
One fifth plus one fifth is two fifths (2/5).
2 fifths (One of anything) plus (another one of it) is always (two of the same thing). Fifths follow that general rule.
Two fifths divided by one fifth is two.
14 and 3/5
seven and two fifths
One-fifth of thirty-two is six and two-fifths.
The answer is ONE (1). If you have one-fifth, and multiply it by two, you have two fifths.Five fifths is exactly the same as ONE (1).
It is: 1/5 plus 2/5 = 3/5
two fifths, or 0.4
One whole minus two fifths is three fifths.
1 1/5 + 3 2/5 + 4 1/5 = 8 4/5
two fifths, one fifth
3.4 or three and two fifths
One fifth of 50 is 10 therefore two fifths = 20
1 and 4 fifths.
1 1/5+ 3 2/5 = 3 and 3/5
one fifth of ten is the same as 10/5 which is the same as 2 so two fifths of 10 is twice what one fifth would be. Therefore 2 fifths of ten is 4.
2/5 is in its simplest form.
Call it 21 fifths minus 13 fifths, ie 8 fifths which is one-and-three-fifths