# What is 3 16th of an inch in CM?

3/16 (0.

## Is 3 16th bigger or smaller than 1 4?

Converting to Decimal. Now that these fractions have been converted to decimal format, we can compare the numbers to get our answer. 0.

## Is 1/8th bigger or smaller than 1 4?

Is one eighth greater than one fourth?...What's Bigger 1/8 or 1/4?
FractionDecimal Value
1⁄80.

## What is bigger a half or 1 4?

1 2 > 1 4 Halves are larger than fourths, so one half is greater than one fourth.

## What fraction is not equivalent to 7 8?

Answer: 12/14 9/11 9/10 7/9 6/8 5/7 4/6 3/5 3/4 is less than 7/8 all except 9/10 which is higher and all other higher fractions shown here are 7/10, but anything less than 7/10 are usually decimal.

## Which fraction is least to greatest?

👉The fraction with the smallest numerator is the least. 👉The fraction with the biggest numerator is the greatest. That's right! When written in order from least to greatest, you have 6/12 < 8/12 < 9/12.

## How do you teach comparing fractions with different denominators?

To compare fractions with unlike denominators, you need to find the least common denominator (LCD), or the smallest multiple the denominators share. So what fraction of your favorite candy bar would be more: 2/3 or 4/5? The two fractions have different denominators, so we need to find the LCD.

## What is the greatest common denominator?

The greatest common factor (GCF or GCD or HCF) of a set of whole numbers is the largest positive integer that divides evenly into all numbers with zero remainder. For example, for the set of numbers 18, 30 and 42 the GCF = 6.

## Why do you find a common denominator?

When fractions have the same denominator, we say they have common denominators. Having common denominators makes things like comparing, adding, and subtracting fractions easier.

## What is another word for common denominator?

What is another word for common denominator?
common divisorlike denominator
equivalent denominatorsame bottom number

## Why do you need a common denominator to add fractions but not to multiply?

It may need to be reduced, but that's it. Adding these fractions requires finding the LCM of the denominators and then expressing all the fractions with that common denominator before adding the numerators. ... When fractions are multiplied, both numerator and denominator is required.

## What is the least common denominator?

The least common denominator (LCD) is the smallest number that can be a common denominator for a set of fractions. Also known as the lowest common denominator, it is the lowest number you can use in the denominator to create a set of equivalent fractions that all have the same denominator.

## What is the LCD of 7 and 4?

4 and 7 have 28 and 56 in common BUT the LCM would be 28 since that's the LEAST common, or the smallest number that they would have in common.

210

## What is the LCD of 12 and 9?

Your common denominator would be 36. Another way to find this would be to multiply each fraction by the other fractions denominator.