5/7 ; five sevenths
The answer to this question is three and 4 ones.
The correct answer for two-fifths of Three-sevenths is 29 over 35. For a full explanation visit bbc.co.uk/bitesize/standard/maths_ii/numbers/fractions/revision/4/
4 sevenths just over half
Nine sevenths, or one and two sevenths.
The answer is: 2/5 plus 3/7 = 29/35
Here are two examples: 51/70 52/70
Expressed as a mixed number in its simplest form, 3/7 + 6/7 = 1 2/7 or one and two sevenths.
two and two sevenths plus six and five sixths is 52.
When starting out with two wholes, that makes 2*(7/7) or fourteen sevenths. Three seventh, or 3/7 is then added. Fourteen plus three makes for seventeen sevenths.
two fifths, three sevenths, four nineths, five elevenths
37/70 or .53 (rounded of course)
Two examples of fractions that 4/7 is equal to are 8/14 and 12/21.
Four sevenths of two thirds
Three of anything is generally bigger than two of the same thing.
It is: 3/4+2/7+1/8 = 65/56