4 responses 3/4 is referred to as "three fourths" or "three quarters," and 3/5 is referred to as "three fifths." "Three-quarters of a cup" or "three-fifths of a cup" is how you express it. In **the United States**, "fourths" are often used instead of "quarters," but this is uncommon abroad.

In Canada, three-quarters means 75 percent which is equivalent to 0.75. In **the United States**, a quarter means 25 percent so 0.75 is equal to 22.5%. However, two-thirds means 67.5% so 0.75 is equal to 52.5%. Therefore, in America, four-sevenths means 74% while in Canada it means 75%.

In England, Australia, and New Zealand, three-quarters means 75 percent which is equivalent to 0.75. Therefore, in America, four-sevenths means 74% while in England it means 50%.

In France, Germany, and Italy, three-quarters means **75 percent** which is equivalent to 0.75. But two-thirds means 67.5% so 0.75 is equal to 52.5%.

Three (3) quarters of an inch can be written as **3/4 inch**, 0.75 inch, 3/4 ", or 0.75 ". The term comes from the fact that these dimensions are exactly equal to the width of a sheet of paper when laid flat.

"A half an inch" or "a half inch" is what I usually say. It should be "0.5 in." in decimal form. However, pronouncing the decimal and saying "five inches" sounds proper. There are 10 millimeters in a centimeter so **0.5 cm** = 50 mm.

You can write 3.85 as 3.8500 or 0.3500.

How do you write 12.4 in English? In English, the number 12.4 is expressed as "twelve and four tenths." This can be written as 12.40 or 120/12.4. One hundred twenty divided by twelve is 10.25, so 12.4 means 10.25 or 120/10.25.

In words, 12.4 can be written as **two words**: one thousand two hundred forty. This can also be written as 1,240 or 1204.

There are only three ways to write a fraction with **a decimal point**: before or after the word million (or billion) or before or after the numeral zero. Other ways are not correct. For example, 7.7000 is incorrect because there is no word for seven-sevenths of a ton. A ton is defined as **2,000 pounds**, so 7.7000 means **7.7 tons**, or 91,000 pounds.

Fractions with a decimal point can be difficult for young children to understand. It's best to explain that fractions are parts of a whole and have their own name instead of trying to explain how they're written.

5/8 times 58 is 0.625 In words, the spelled result is 5/8.

A common mistake people make is to divide the number by 8 instead of by **8 months**. $5,000 divided by 8 months is $62.5. This should be reported as $62.50. When rounding money, always add **the decimal point** and multiply by 100.

Another way to write this date is May 08th.

The month-day-year format for writing dates that are not part of the common era (BC or AD) is month/day/year. So, January 15th refers to a date in the year 2015. February 5th refers to a date in the year 2016. And so on...

In mathematics and science, a benchmark or standard of quality or value.

In astronomy, an object that stands out clearly from **its background** and is thus easy to see.

These definitions may help you understand why some people write about **their experiences** with writing tests. They are trying to communicate that they have produced some kind of standard for judging the quality of their work.

As a fraction, half of 5/8 equals 5/16. As a decimal, 5/8 is.625. There are 16 hundredths of an inch in 1/4 inch.

5/8 is exactly two fifths of an inch wide. This means that it is equal to 2 x 1/20 or 0.05 mm thick.

The area of a circle is equal to πr2 where r is the radius. In **this case**, r = 5/8 inches or 3.125 inches. The area of a circle is important because it is used in calculating many different things, such as volume and mass.

A pie chart is a type of diagram that shows the distribution of values within a group. A pie chart is often used to show the components of **a total value** or percentage. It is also useful for comparing **several categories** at once.

A ring chart is a type of chart that displays information in **a circular layout**. Ring charts can be used to show the progress of projects or events, and they are particularly common when displaying data from a database.