what is 3 seventh of 35

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0no...three sevenths is equal to 15/35 and two fifths is equal to 14/35.

3/5 plus 3/7 = 36/35 or 1 and 1/35

3/7 - 2/5 = 15/35 - 14/35 = 1/35

The correct answer for two-fifths of Three-sevenths is 29 over 35. For a full explanation visit bbc.co.uk/bitesize/standard/maths_ii/numbers/fractions/revision/4/

You need to make a common denominator. In this case the easiest would be 35 (7x5) Then 'what you do to the bottom you do to the top' 15/35 = 3/7 14/35=2/5 Therefore three sevenths is larger.

It is: 3/7 of 4/5 = 12/35

the common denominator is 35: 4/5 = 28/35, and 3/7 = 15/35, 28/35 - 15/35 = 13/35.

Three sevenths is .4286, one third is .3333, three sevenths is larger.

Convert them to a common denominator, which in this case is 35 (5 x 7...the two denominators multiplied), so 3/5 becomes 21/35 and 4/7 becomes 20/35, therefore three fifths is greater than four sevenths.

The answer is: 2/5 plus 3/7 = 29/35

10/7 minus 3/5 = 29/35

The quotient of three sevenths is 3/7

The fraction of three sevenths is 3/7.

5/7 = 25/35 3/5 = 21/35 5/7 is greater.

8/14 12/21 16/28 20/35

32/7 + 14/5 = 23/7 + 9/5 = 115/35 + 63/35 = 178/35 or 53/35

10 is two sevenths of 35.

Ten sevenths or one and three sevenths

Answer: four-sevenths. One minus three-sevenths is four sevenths

it is 1 and 5 sevenths

3/5 - 4/7 the common denominator is 35 21/35 > 20/35 so, 3/5 is a little bigger.

The answer to this question is three and 4 ones.

Three and four sevenths in an improper fraction is 17857/5000

Expressed as a vulgar fraction in its simplest form, 15/35 is equal to 3/7, or three sevenths.

4/7 = 20/35 3/5 = 12/20 Therefore, 3/5 of 4/7 = 12/35

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