Yes. three eights plus one eight equals 4 eights, or one half
Three eights (24) plus three eights (24) = 48.
Converting the fractions to eights we get: 1 + one eight + two eights, which gives us 1 and three eights as the answer.
Five and seven eighths
one and seven eighths
1/2 + 3/8 = 7/8
it is 6 eights or 3/4
Converting this to eights, it becomes: 2 eights + 4 eights + 1 eight = 7 eights.
The final answer would be three and three-eighths. Here's how to solve it mentally.You have to set their denominators [bottom numbers] equal. So, keep seven eights, since two ["half"] goes into eight, but you must make 2 and a half into 2 and four eights, because four is half of eight. Pretend for a minute that the four eights isn't there. So, 2 and seven eights. Then, add one from the four eights, so that it will now be 3., and so that the four eights is now three eights. So, 3 and three eights.Sorry. I'm not very good at explaining, but I hope that helped. ^^"
one and five eights
0.5 + 0.25 = 0.75. Three quarters Three quarters ! the answer is 3quatrs
1 3/8 or 11/8 or one and three eighths.
Seven eights plus three eights is ten eights. Now, possibly you intended to ask about eighths, rather than eights. Ten eighths is equal to one and a quarter. However, ten eights is equal to 80. The extra h makes a difference.
Five eights plus seven eights is twelve eights. 12/8 is 8/8 and 4/8 is 1 4/8 is 1 1/2 (one and a half)
It is: 12 and 3/8 plus 8 and 1/2 = 20 and 7/8
use a calculator
three 8 +five 8=33280
one and three eights
11 and 31 over 40
It is: 3/8+2/8 = 5/8
When you want to add fractions that have different denominators, you have to convert them into fractions that do have the same denominators. So for example, how much is a half plus a third? Both of these can be converted into sixths, so one half equals three sixths, and one third equals two sixths. Three sixths plus two sixths equals five sixths. That's the answer. If you have three fractions with different denominators, the procedure is the same. Convert all three into fractions with the same denominators, then add them.