Ten minus nine eights equals eight and seven 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.
It is ten eights, or one and two eights or one and a quarter or 1.25 as a decimal.
6 and 5/8.
Seven tens minus one ten(70-10) equals six tens(60).
Ten minus five is 5. Now to the fractions, change one fourth to two eighth and u have a common denominator. Now three minus two is 1 so u have an answer of 5 and 1/8.
Three of anything minus ten of the same thing leaves negative seven of them.
Yes, seven eighths is greater than five tenths. Five tenths, or one half, expressed in eighths would be four eighths. Since seven is greater than four, seven eighths is greater than four eighths (or five tenths). One easy way to know is use a calculator and do the division (seven divided by eight, and five divided by ten); in decimal form the higher value may be more quickly apparent when compared.
45.541667 or 45 and 13/24
10 - 7 = 3
Seven and ten elevenths.
Ten eights times eight tenths is 1.
It is seven and three fourths.
Negative ten fifths.
Times ten, minus three, times ten, minus three
It is plus three degrees.
How about: 10 and 7
Two and three-eighths plus one and seven-eighths equals four and two-eighths, which can be to four and one-fourth. Here's how to find the answer. First, you add the two whole numbers together, giving you three. Next, since you are adding two fractions with the same denominator, you add the numerators together, which gives you ten eighths. You then convert that to one and two eighths and add the one to three which is four. Finally, you divide both the numerator and the denominator by two. The final answer is four and one-fourth.
12 and 1/2