To solve a problem like this with fractions you first want to find a common denominator (bottom number). Your lowest common denominator would be 10. Since 7/10 already has a denominator of 10, you only need to convert 4/5. to get 10 as the denominator we multiply the current denominator by 2 but to keep the fraction even you must also multiply the top by 2, which will result in 8. then solve
8/10 - 7/10 = 1/10
4/5 minus 2/9 is 26/45
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1/6 + 7/10 = 5/30 + 21/30 = 26/30 = 13/15
NO 4/5 = 0.8 9/12 = 0.75
This is the same as 4/5 * 3/12 = 12/60, which reduced is 1/5
4/5 is the same as 8/10 (eight tenths) because you just multiply the numerator and the denominator by 2.. so once a fraction is over 10, all you have to do is put the top number right after the decimal.. so itll be 0.8
% rate:= (7/10) x 100%= 0.7 x 100%= 70%
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Every fraction is an equivalent fraction: each fraction in decimal form has an equivalent rational fraction as well as an equivalent percentage fraction.
A fraction that has a different sign to the first fraction.
An equivilant fraction is a fraction that equals the same as another fraction when simplified.
That's a complex fraction.
A complex fraction has a fraction in the numerator or the denominator or both
73 is a whole number, not a fraction.
There cannot be a whole fraction. If it is a fraction it is not whole and if it is whole it is not a fraction.
Provided the second fraction is not 0, you simply get another fraction.
They are both fractions... an equivalent fraction is a fraction that is the same as another fraction. For example: 1/2 and 2/4 they are equivalent. A fraction is just .. a fraction any fraction.. 2/7 7/8 8/9 :)
There is no such fraction. For any fraction, you can always find a fraction that is nearer to 1 - for example, the average of the fraction and one.
The number below the fraction bar in a fraction is the denominator. The number above the fraction bar is the numerator.
A proper fraction
If it is a fraction, then it is a fraction. You just have to deal with it!