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Four eighths of a circle is what percent?

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2009-05-29 10:48:04
2009-05-29 10:48:04

four eighths would be one half or 50%

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Two eighths of anything is 25% of it.



A half of a quarter of a circle is 1/8 of a circle. There are four pieces making 1/4. If you split all of them into halves you have eighths.




fifty percent 4/8 = 1/2 = 50/100 = 50%


Four minus two and three-eighths equals one and five-eighths.


it is nine eighths it is nine eighths


I can think of four: one-half, fifty percent, two quarters, four eighths , and so on.



four eighths, which simplifies to one half.


No one-half equals four-eighths so that means seven-eighths is greater than one-half(four eighths)


if you circle is divided into eight segments, 4/8 converts to 1/2, that is 50% of the circle


No. Three eighths is only 93.75% of four tenths.


Four and one third divided by four and seven eighths = 8/9


There are eight eighths in a whole. We have four whole units, so the first sum is: 8x4=32 In this case, we have 7 additional eighths, so add them on, and the answer is: 32+7=39



Two eighths equals one quarter = 25 percent.


A quarter of a circle plus an eighth of a circle is what percent of a circle?


There are 8 eighths to a 1. Therefore the 4 in the question is made up of 4 x 8 = 32 eighths. 32 + 7 = 39 eighths


No! The fraction seven eighths is bigger than the fraction four fifths.



five eighths = 5/8 = 0.625 = 62.5% Hence five eighths < (less than) 65%


Mixed number for 35 / 8 = four and three eighths


8 eighths of an inch equal one inch. So 2 inches contain 16 eighths of an inch. Half of eight is four, so half an inch contains four eighths of an inch. 16 + 4 = 20 eighths of an inch.



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