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- Is half inch or 5/8 bigger?
- What is the sum of 5/8 and 1/2 in fraction?
- What fractions are bigger?
- What fraction is bigger 1 2 or 2 5?

Is 5/8 greater than 1/2? Is 5/8 bigger than 1/2? Is 5/8 larger than 1/2? These are all the same questions with one answer.

To get the answer, we first convert each fraction into decimal numbers. We do this by dividing the numerator by the denominator for each fraction as illustrated below:

5/8 = 0.625

1/2 = 0.5

Then, we compare the two decimal numbers toget the answer.

0.625 is greater than 0.5.

Therefore, 5/8 is greater than 1/2 and the answer to the question "Is 5/8 greater than 1/2?" is **yes**.

Which means that this equation is also true: **5/8 > 1/2**

Note: When comparing fractions such as 5/8 and 1/2, you could also convert the fractions (if necessary) so they have the same denominator and thencompare which numerator is larger.

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Is 1/2 greater than 5/8? Is 1/2 bigger than 5/8? Is 1/2 larger than 5/8? These are all the same questions with one answer.

To get the answer, we first convert each fraction into decimal numbers. We do this by dividing the numerator by the denominator for each fraction as illustrated below:

1/2 = 0.5

5/8 = 0.625

Then, we compare the two decimal numbers toget the answer.

0.5 is not greater than 0.625.

Therefore, 1/2 is not greater than 5/8 and the answer to the question "Is 1/2 greater than 5/8?" is **no**.

Which means that this equation is also true: **1/2 < 5/8**

Note: When comparing fractions such as 1/2 and 5/8, you could also convert the fractions (if necessary) so they have the same denominator and thencompare which numerator is larger.

**Compare Fractions**

Compare another set of fractions here.

**Is 1/2 greater than 5/9?**

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Are you looking to calculate whether 1/2 is greater than 5/8? One of the most common calculations you'll make in math is to compare fractions. In this really simple guide, we'll teach you how to compare and determine if 1/2 is bigger than 5/8 and walk you through the step-by-process of how the calculation is made.

Want to quickly learn or show students how to compare 1/2 and 5/8? Play this very quick and fun video now!

As we always do in these tutorials, let's recap andremind ourselves that the number above the fraction line is called the numerator and the number below the fraction line is called the denominator.

Depending on the math problem you want to solve, there are two methods to calculate if 1/2 is larger than 5/8:

Let's start with the first method: **converting the fractions to the same denominator**. First, we'll set up 1/2 and 5/8 side by side so they are easier to see:

Our denominators are 2 and 8. What we need to dois find the lowest common denominator of the two numbers. This is the smallest number that can be divided by both 2 and 8. In this case, the lowest common denominator is 8.

If we multiply the first denominator (2) by 4 we will get 8. If we multiply the second denominator (8) by 1 we will also get 8. We also need to multiply the numerators above the line by the same amounts so that the fraction values are correct:

Now that these fractions have been converted to have the samedenominator, we can clearly see by looking at the numerators that 4 is NOT greater than 5 which also means that **1/2 is NOT greater than 5/8**.

You can also compare these fractions by first converting them to decimal format. This is a lot faster than working out the lowest common denominator. All we do here is divide the numerator by the denominator for each fraction:

Now that these fractions have been converted to decimal format, we can compare the numbers to get ouranswer. 0.5 is NOT greater than 0.625 which also means that **1/2 is NOT greater than 5/8**.

Hopefully this tutorial has helped you to understand how to compare fractions and you can use your new found skills to compare whether one fraction is greater than another or not!

Are you looking to calculate whether 5/8 is less than 1/2? One of the most common calculations you'll make in math is to compare fractions. In this really simple guide, we'll teach you how to compare and determine if 5/8 is smaller than 1/2 and walk you through the step-by-process of how the calculation is made.

Want to quickly learn or show students how to compare 5/8 and 1/2? Play this very quick and fun video now!

A quick reminder on fractions before we start: thenumber at the top of the fraction is called the numerator and the number at the bottom of the fraction line is called the denominator.

There are two methods to calculate if 5/8 is smaller than 1/2 and which one you use will depend on the problem you're trying to solve:

Let's start with the first method: **converting the fractions to the same denominator**. First, we'll set up 5/8 and 1/2 side by side so they are easier to see:

Our denominators are 8 and 2. What weneed to do is find the lowest common denominator of the two numbers. This is the smallest number that can be divided by both 8 and 2. In this case, the lowest common denominator is 8.

If we multiply the first denominator (8) by 1 we will get 8. If we multiply the second denominator (2) by 4 we will also get 8. We also need to multiply the numerators above the line by the same amounts so that the fraction values are correct:

Now that these fractions have been converted to have thesame denominator, we can clearly see by looking at the numerators that 5 is NOT less than 4 which also means that **5/8 is NOT less than 1/2**.

You can also compare these fractions by first converting them to decimal format. This is a lot faster than working out the lowest common denominator. All we do here is divide the numerator by the denominator for each fraction:

Now that these fractions have been converted to decimal format, we can compare the numbers to get ouranswer. 0.625 is NOT less than 0.5 which also means that **5/8 is NOT less than 1/2**.

Hopefully this tutorial has helped you to understand how to compare fractions and you can use your new found skills to compare whether one fraction is less than another or not!

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### Is half inch or 5/8 bigger?

Converting to Decimal0.5 is NOT greater than 0.625 which also means that 1/2 is NOT greater than 5/8.

### What is the sum of 5/8 and 1/2 in fraction?

5/8 + 1/2 = 98 = 1 18 = 1.125. Spelled result in words is nine eighths (or one and one eighth).

### What fractions are bigger?

As you saw, if two or more fractions have the same denominator, you can compare them by looking at their numerators. As you can see below, 3/4 is larger than 1/4. The larger the numerator, the larger the fraction.

### What fraction is bigger 1 2 or 2 5?

Thus, 2/5 is less than 1/2.