It is a sequence of two equal measures of length followed by a pair of equal decimal fractions. The meaning such a sequence is unknown.
the difference between two equal fractions is zero.
Two fractions set equal to each other form a proportion.
In actual problems, we convert two (or more) fractions so that they have equal denominators.
If the denominators (bottom numbers) are not equal, making equivalent fractions of them so that the denominators are equal. With the denominators equal if the numerators (top numbers) are equal, then the fractions are equal.
If two fractions are equal then the difference between them is zero (0).
It is quite simple to convert a percentage to a decimal fraction. Just move the decimal point two spaces to the left. So, 50% becomes .5 and 75% becomes .75 and half a percent (.5%) becomes .005 and 100% becomes 1. Percentage, remember, means out of a hundred. So 50% is 50 out of a hundred, which is half. And as a decimal, half is .5 which you can derive simply by moving the decimal point.
complex fractions can be multiplied when you have two fractions multiplied and equal a whole number.
Yes, but only if the two fractions are the same or equivalent fractions (other than 0).
There is no difference in value between "equal" fractions: the difference is zero.
You can represent the two fractions with one fraction with a numerator equal to the sum of the two individual numerators (with sign) and a denominator equal to just one of the two denominators.
They are equivalent fractions, each equal to 0.2
Two fractions, a/b and c/d are equal if and only if the cross products ad and bc are equal.
The two fractions are not "the same", but they are indeed equivalent to each other - when expressed in decimal form, 365/90 is equal to 73/18.
The relationship between fractions and decimals can be seen as follow. Fractions can be represented as ratio of two numbers and on dividing can give a decimal value. And decimal value can be converted into a fraction too.
Two decimal numbers, X and Y, are equal if X - Y = 0.
The two types of fractions are proper fractions, in which the numerator is smaller than the denominator, and improper fractions, in which the numerator is equal to or larger than the denominator.
Expressed as a decimal, this is equal to 2.5.
Two examples of fractions that 4/7 is equal to are 8/14 and 12/21.
There are endless fractions that are equal to 1/2, but two of them could be 2/4 and 4/8.
They are: 6/10 and 3/5