7 tenths is bigger because if you made 2 fifths into tenths it would be 4 fifths as 10 is doule of 5
Four fifths written as a fraction would be 4/5. As a decimal it would be 0.8.
Six tenths but then you have to simplify it so then it would be three fifths
It's just reverse simplifying. Most people would be asking, "how do you turn 4 10ths into 2 5ths?". So instead of DIVIDING the fraction by two, you would MULTIPLY the fraction by two.
Five and seven tenths as a fraction would be 5 7/10.
0.2 from a decimal to a fraction would be 2/10 because for a decimal you say two tenths. So for a fraction, it is two tenths.
It would be 4/5.
An improper fraction is something like 7/5, or seven fifths. If it was something like this, 1 2/5, or one and two fifths, it would be a compound number.
We would pronounce 0.40 as "Zero point four tenths" and as a fraction would be represented as 4/10.
three fifths because if you simplify 2/10 it would be 1/5 so 3/5 is bigger.
It would be two fifths turned into tenths which is two tenths - (when you turn fifths into tenths, you multiply it by 2 so you do the same with the numerator.) You do not change the denominator so you subtract the numerators 2-1=1. The answer is one tenth.
If the whole number is twelve, three fourths? No, nine tenths of twelve would not be a complete fraction. Eighteen twentieths would equal nine tenths, or 90 percent if you're looking for a metric answer.
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.
No, the simplest form would be two and four fifths.
The six is in the tenths place, so to convert it to a fraction, it would be 6/10. Then you reduce the fraction if necessary, which in this case would be 3/5.
As an improper fraction - it would be 18 fifths (18/5)
It would be said like this: 16/5
it would be 12 and four fifths
write four and nine tenths as a deicmal, which would be 4.9. In fraction form, it would be 4 9/10.
You would have eaten six-tenths or three-fifths of the cake. 9/10 x 2/3 = 18/30 = 3/5 six- tenths and three fifths are the same
There are no "closest" fraction because rational numbers are infinitely dense. If for example, you thought that f1 was the closest fraction, then f2 = 0.5*(f1 + 0.0032677165354331) would be closer. And then f3 = 0.5*(f2 + 0.0032677165354331) would be closer still, and so on.
a mixed fraction is a number written out as a whole number plus a fraction: ex. 3 4/5 (three and four fifths) would be a mixed fraction. essentially a whole number plus a fraction (but it would actually be written without the plus sign).