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Q: How you know that 7 12ths is greater than1 3rd but less than 2 3rds explain?

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You have to change the 2/3 to 12ths so that you can compare the two numbers. Multiply 2/3 by 4 = 8/12 You can now see that 8/12 is bigger than 7/12

a clock is divided into 12 parts, so you can shade in various fractions on the clock. Using the clock, you can display 12ths, 6ths, 4ths, 3rds, halves, and wholes.

One and a 1/3

238 divided 2 3rds is 357.

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You have to change the 2/3 to 12ths so that you can compare the two numbers. Multiply 2/3 by 4 = 8/12 You can now see that 8/12 is bigger than 7/12

14/5 is greater.

2 3rds.

Yes

a clock is divided into 12 parts, so you can shade in various fractions on the clock. Using the clock, you can display 12ths, 6ths, 4ths, 3rds, halves, and wholes.

nine tenths, for example.

No, it is not. The 1 and 2/3rds changed to a decimal is 1.6666.... The 1.6666... is bigger than the 1.2 in the question. That means 1.2 is not bigger than 1 2/3rds.

This is 14/3rds

One and a 1/3

238 divided 2 3rds is 357.

7/3 = 2 and 1/3

8 12's can be broken down to 2 3rds. They are not worth more or less than each other.

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