Question

# Which expressions are greater than .

## The correct answer is:

### is common in all options

Since

so is greater than .

So option A

1 ½ = 3/2 is greater than 1

5/8 , 9/11 are less than 1

3/3 is equal to 1

Hence, 3/7 x 1 ½ is greater than 1.

### Related Questions to study

### James finished writing his English homework in 5 minutes. Solomon took 2 times more time to complete the English homework than James. In how many minutes did Solomon finish his English homework ?

Time taken by james = (2 x 5 + 1 )/2 minutes. = 11/2 minutes.

Solomon takes ( ( 2 x 4 + 3)/ 4 ) times more minutes. = 11/ 4

Hence, Solomon took 11/2 x 11/4 = 121/ 8 minutes.= 15 1/8 minutes.

### James finished writing his English homework in 5 minutes. Solomon took 2 times more time to complete the English homework than James. In how many minutes did Solomon finish his English homework ?

Time taken by james = (2 x 5 + 1 )/2 minutes. = 11/2 minutes.

Solomon takes ( ( 2 x 4 + 3)/ 4 ) times more minutes. = 11/ 4

Hence, Solomon took 11/2 x 11/4 = 121/ 8 minutes.= 15 1/8 minutes.

### At the pottery class, Eric made a clay mug measuring 6 inches. She also made a flower pot, which was 2 times taller than the mug. How tall was the pot?

Height of clay mug = ((6x 6) +1)/2= 37/6 inch.

Given, pot was ((2 x 2)+ 1) / 2 times taller = 5/2 times. Hence, height of pot = 37/6 x 5/2 = 185/12 = 15 5/12 inch

### At the pottery class, Eric made a clay mug measuring 6 inches. She also made a flower pot, which was 2 times taller than the mug. How tall was the pot?

Height of clay mug = ((6x 6) +1)/2= 37/6 inch.

Given, pot was ((2 x 2)+ 1) / 2 times taller = 5/2 times. Hence, height of pot = 37/6 x 5/2 = 185/12 = 15 5/12 inch

Follow the BODMAS rule, which states Brackets Off Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction. This rule gives us the precedence of simple mathematical operations. Adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 0+0 =0. Multiplying with 0/1, we get 0 x 0 = 0

Follow the BODMAS rule, which states Brackets Off Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction. This rule gives us the precedence of simple mathematical operations. Adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 0+0 =0. Multiplying with 0/1, we get 0 x 0 = 0

Follow the BODMAS rule, which states Brackets Off Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction. This rule gives us the precedence of simple mathematical operations. Adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 0+4 =4. Multiplying with 1/1, we get 4 x 1/1= 4

Follow the BODMAS rule, which states Brackets Off Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction. This rule gives us the precedence of simple mathematical operations. Adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 0+4 =4. Multiplying with 1/1, we get 4 x 1/1= 4

Follow the BODMAS rule. Adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 2+4 =6. Multiplying with 7/2 , we get 6 x 7/2 =21.

Follow the BODMAS rule. Adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 2+4 =6. Multiplying with 7/2 , we get 6 x 7/2 =21.

Follow the BODMAS rule. Adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 1+1 =2. Multiplying with 1/2 , we get 2 x 1/2 =1.

Follow the BODMAS rule. Adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 1+1 =2. Multiplying with 1/2 , we get 2 x 1/2 =1.

### Which expressions are less than 710?

9/5 is greater than 1

7/4 is greater than 1

8/7 is greater than 1

¾ is less than 1

Hence, ¾ x 710 is less than 710.

### Which expressions are less than 710?

9/5 is greater than 1

7/4 is greater than 1

8/7 is greater than 1

¾ is less than 1

Hence, ¾ x 710 is less than 710.

Follow the BODMAS rule. Let’s convert the mixed fraction into the improper fraction. We get, ((9 x 3 +1)/9) =28/9. on adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 0 + 28/9= 28/9 Now, lets calculate 28/9 x 7/3; we get 196/27

Follow the BODMAS rule. Let’s convert the mixed fraction into the improper fraction. We get, ((9 x 3 +1)/9) =28/9. on adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 0 + 28/9= 28/9 Now, lets calculate 28/9 x 7/3; we get 196/27

### Without multiplying, order the following products from the least to the greatest.

A.

B.

C.

BCA

8/3= 2 2/3 is greater than 1

3/5 is less than 1

9/9 is equal to 1

Hence, the order is BCA

### Without multiplying, order the following products from the least to the greatest.

A.

B.

C.

BCA

8/3= 2 2/3 is greater than 1

3/5 is less than 1

9/9 is equal to 1

Hence, the order is BCA

Follow the BODMAS rule. Let’s convert the mixed fraction into the improper fraction. We get, ((8 x 1 +1)/8) =9/8. on adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 2 + 9/8= 25/8. Now, lets calculate 25/8 x 1/1; we get 25/8.

Follow the BODMAS rule. Let’s convert the mixed fraction into the improper fraction. We get, ((8 x 1 +1)/8) =9/8. on adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 2 + 9/8= 25/8. Now, lets calculate 25/8 x 1/1; we get 25/8.

Follow the BODMAS rule. Let’s convert the mixed fraction into the improper fraction. We get, ((8 x 2 +1)/8) =17/8. on adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 1 + 17/8= 25/8. Now, lets calculate 25/8 x 1/2; we get 25/16.

Follow the BODMAS rule. Let’s convert the mixed fraction into the improper fraction. We get, ((8 x 2 +1)/8) =17/8. on adding the terms inside the bracket, we get 1 + 17/8= 25/8. Now, lets calculate 25/8 x 1/2; we get 25/16.

convert the mixed fractions into improper fractions. Then follow BODMAS rule. We get ((7 x7)+ 1)/7 + 1/7 = 50/7 + 1/7 = 51/7 . Now, let’s multiply 51/7 x 1/7, we get 51/49

convert the mixed fractions into improper fractions. Then follow BODMAS rule. We get ((7 x7)+ 1)/7 + 1/7 = 50/7 + 1/7 = 51/7 . Now, let’s multiply 51/7 x 1/7, we get 51/49

convert the mixed fractions into improper fractions. Then follow BODMAS rule. We get ((5 x1)+ 2)/5 + 7/3 = 26/15 . Now, let’s multiply 26/15 x 7/13, we get 14/15

convert the mixed fractions into improper fractions. Then follow BODMAS rule. We get ((5 x1)+ 2)/5 + 7/3 = 26/15 . Now, let’s multiply 26/15 x 7/13, we get 14/15

Let’s convert the mixed fractions into improper fractions. We get ((5 x 1) +2)/5 and 2/3, i.e., 7/5 and 2/3. Let’s calculate the product 7/5 x 2/3 we get 14/15

Let’s convert the mixed fractions into improper fractions. We get ((5 x 1) +2)/5 and 2/3, i.e., 7/5 and 2/3. Let’s calculate the product 7/5 x 2/3 we get 14/15

Follow the BODMAS rule. So, first let’s add 1/7 and 1/3, we get 9/14. Now , convert the mixed fraction into improper fraction, we get 9/2. Multiplying 9/14 x 9/2 , we get 81/28. This isn’t given in any of the options, so, answer is none of the above.

Follow the BODMAS rule. So, first let’s add 1/7 and 1/3, we get 9/14. Now , convert the mixed fraction into improper fraction, we get 9/2. Multiplying 9/14 x 9/2 , we get 81/28. This isn’t given in any of the options, so, answer is none of the above.