The answer is 24
Two thirds are greater than three fifths.In order to answer this we have to convert both fractions into a common form to see which is bigger. To do this:* multiply the denominator (the number at the bottom of a fraction) of each fraction together to get a new 'common' denominator.* divide the new common denominator by the old denominator and multiply the result by the numerator (the number at the top) of the fraction you are converting to get a new numerator.So if we do this our common denominator is 15 (3 times 5). We can then convert two thirds in to fifteenths by dividing 15 by 3 (=5) and multiplying by 2 (=10). Thus 2/3 = 10/15.When we do this for three fifths we get: 15 divided by 5 times 3 = 9.Thus 3/5 equals 9/15.Therefore 2/3 is greater than 3/5 as 10/15 is greater than 9/15.
Yes - expressed as a decimal, 4/5 is equal to 0.8, while 3/5 is equal to 0.6.
Expressed as a mixed number in its simplest form, 4/5 + 8/10 = 1 3/5 or one and three fifths. Expressed as a decimal, this is equal to 1.6.
if you give 3/5 and 2/3 common denominators then they are 9/15 and 10/15 respectively. so, no.
An (uncountable) infinitude of numbers, including two thirds, seven tenths, and pi fifths.
Two thirds is greater than three fifths.
are you serious. what grade are you in, birth? four-fifths is greater than three-tenths.
four thirds (4/3)
Two fifths is greater than three tenths, because the smaller the denominator (top number), the bigger the piece (bottom number).
No, but two thirds and six ninths are equivalent fractions. six tenths is equivalent to three fifths.
two thirds is greater because 0.6=three fifths so three fifths and two thirds could be simplified into nine fifteenths and two thirds could be simplified into ten fifteenths so ten is greater than nine so it is two thirds.
2/5 is greater.