Comparing Unlike Fractions with same numerator
Q. Which of the figure represents bigger fractions?
- Figure A
- Figure B
- Both represent the same fractions.
Q. David, Sam, and Mary ate 511, 512, and 513 of 3 similar pizzas, respectively. Who ate more?
- Insufficient data
Q. Which of the following is/are correct ?
Q. What can be the value of x if, 58<5x.
Q. Jack knows that 6 is larger than 5. He extrapolates it and says that 26 is larger than 25. Is Jack correct?
Q. Choose the correct option.
- When two fractions have the same numerators, then the largest fraction is the one with the smallest denominator.
- When two fractions have the same numerators, then the largest fraction is the one with the largest denominator.
Q. Burgus, Markus and Thomas ate 216, 28 and 24 of an apple pie, respectively. Who ate the most apple pie among the three?
- All ate equally.