Yes. three eights plus one eight equals 4 eights, or one half
seven eights. 1 half = 4 eights add 3 eights and you get 7 eights.
one and seven eighths
one and five eights
Three eights. There are four eights in one half.
1/2 + 3/8 = 7/8
it is 6 eights or 3/4
1 3/8 or 11/8 or one and three eighths.
One and one eighths.
It is three sixteenths.
Converting the fractions to eights we get: 1 + one eight + two eights, which gives us 1 and three eights as the answer.
Three fourths plus one eight is 1 whole
Three and three eights
It is ten eights, or one and two eights or one and a quarter or 1.25 as a decimal.
It is: 12 and 3/8 plus 8 and 1/2 = 20 and 7/8
one and three 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 half because 4 eighths would be a half
no, three eights is one eighth less than one half. Imagine it as a pizza with eight slices. If you take 3, there is still one more piece left in your half.