None. Three eighths in decimal form is .375 . You obtain the decimal form of a fraction by dividing the numerator (3) by the denominator (8). For one fraction to be equivalent, or "the same" as another, it needs to be exactly the same in decimal form as the other. Two sixths is .333 in decimal form, which is less than .375, meaning the answer is more than two sixths. Three sixths is .500, which is higher than .375, meaning the answer is less than three sixths. So the equivalent of three eighths in sixths lies somewhere in between two sixths and three sixths, but there is no exact number of sixths that is the equivalent of three eighths. To illustrate how a successful fractional equivalent would look, ask how many sixteenths are the same as three eighths. Five sixteenths is .313, less than .375, and six sixteenths is .375 exactly. You recall that three eighths is also .375. Therefore, you can conclude that six sixteenths is equivalent, or the same as, three eighths.
It is two sixths
Four sixths = two thirds = 0.66
No three fifths is not equal to two sixths
The fraction five-sixths would be equal to the decimal zero point eight three three three. If written numerical it would look like this 5/16=0.8333.
Three sixths is a half or 0.5 in decimal. 50 + -0.5 = 49.5
three sixths, or one half
When you ever want to convert a fraction to a decimal, just divide the numerator by the denominator. Three sixths = 3/6. 3 divided by 6 = 0.5 Hope that helped.
three sixths in decimal form is .50
4 sixths, or two thirds.
four sixths as a decimal is 0.66667
It is a recurring decimal, so 3.8333 is the answer to your question.
well three-sixth-two-sixth is one-sixth
3/6 +2/6 = 5/6
One half is three sixths and one-third is two sixths. 3+2=5
0.3333two-sixths2/6:= 2 ÷ 6= 0.3333 in decimal
In lowest terms, six and two fifths divided by two and three sixths = 64/25 or 214/25
It is 0.33 (33... repeating) dollars.
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.
It's a number. If it is expressed as a decimal it is 3.834 rounded to 3 d.p.