There are infinitely many fractions greater than two fifths; the most obvious answer would be three fifths. A half is also greater than two fifths.
Two fifths and one tenth are completely differentfractions - they are not equivalent values for the same fraction !
Two and two fifths. Five minus two and three fifths = two and two fifths
There are infinitely many fractions between the two. Seven tenths is one example.
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/
anything higher than two fifths....? uh dur dur. noob.
The two fractions are exactly the same.
No, but two thirds and six ninths are equivalent fractions. six tenths is equivalent to three fifths.
No three fifths is not equal to two sixths
six and three fifths
two and two fifths
When you see those fractions on paper and you read them, you say "two fifths" and "three fifths". When you hear that, you immediately realize that three of anything is always greater than two of the same thing.
4/10 and 8/20
answer are 4 tenths and 8 20ths
two fifths, three sevenths, four nineths, five elevenths
3/5 is the same as 9/15 and 4/5 is the same as 12/15 (both the top and bottom of the fractions have simply been multiplied by 3) Thus 10/15 and 11/15 are two fractions that come between 3/5 and 4/5.
There are infinitely many possible answers. -2/3 and 9/10 is one possible answer.
Two thirds is greater than three fifths.