## What is the fraction 4/5 equivalent to?

Decimal and Fraction Conversion Chart

Fraction | Equivalent Fractions | |
---|---|---|

4/5 | 8/10 | 16/20 |

1/6 | 2/12 | 4/24 |

5/6 | 10/12 | 20/24 |

1/7 | 2/14 | 4/28 |

## What is the equivalent of 2 6?

Example: 1/3, 2/6, 3/9, 4/12..are equivalent fractions. Equivalent fraction of a given fraction is got by multiplying or dividing its numerator and denominator by the same whole number.

**What fraction is bigger 2 3 or 4 6?**

Converting Denominator In this case, the lowest common denominator is 6. Now that these fractions have been converted to have the same denominator, we can clearly see by looking at the numerators that 4 is NOT greater than 4 which also means that 2/3 is NOT greater than 4/6.

**What is a equivalent fraction to 4 6?**

2/3

Here, the GCF of 4 and 6 is 2, so 4/6 is an equivalent fraction of 2/3 , and the latter is the simplest form of this ratio.

### Which is the greater fraction 2/3 or 5 6?

The fraction 5/6 is greater than 2/3. The first step to solving this problem is to convert 2/3 so that it can be easily compared to 5/6.

### How do you write equivalent fractions?

To create an equivalent fraction, a fraction’s numerator and denominator can both be multiplied or divided by a single number. You can write an equivalent fraction with a given denominator by finding how that denominator relates to the other fraction. Write down a fraction and the denominator of the proposed equivalent fraction.

**How to calculate number of equivalents?**

The general number of equivalents formula is. E = MW/charge number . Where MW is the molecular weight of the compound and charge number is the number of proton- or hydroxide-equivalents the compound contains. Examples with different acids and bases help illustrate how this works in practice.

**What is an equivalent factor?**

Definition: Equivalent factors are factors used to convert quantities from their original physical units into a common accounting unit for the purpose of aggregating energy sources or assessing contributions” to environmental problems from diverse sources (for example,…