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# What is the three rational numbers lying between 1/3 and 1/2?

Three rational numbers between 1/3 and 1/2 making the denominator same: 1/3=8/24(equivalent fraction) 1/2=12/24(also equivalent fraction). Three rational numbers between 8/24 and 12/24 are: 9/24,10/24,11/24.

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It is simple. you are to find 3 rational numbers between 1/3 and 2/3. Multiply the numerator and denominator of both the fractions by such number that the difference (gap) between both the numerators is >=4. Here let us multiply by 6 since LCM of 2,3 = 6. So fractions become 6/18 and 12/18. So, three...
It is simple. you are to find 3 rational numbers between 1/3 and 2/3. Multiply the numerator and denominator of both the fractions by such number that the difference (gap) between both the numerators is >=4. Here let us multiply by 6 since LCM of 2,3 = 6. So fractions become 6/18 and 12/18. So, three rational numbers lying between them would be 7/18, 8/18,10/18. read less

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There are infinite numbers between 1/3 and 1/2. To find numbers between these we use the method step 1. Take both the numbers and find the mean(average) or sum those numbers and divide by 2 as shown below (1/3+1/2)/2=5/12( first number) step 2:- repeat the step by taking upper limit number i.e....
There are infinite numbers between 1/3 and 1/2. To find numbers between these we use the method step 1. Take both the numbers and find the mean(average) or sum those numbers and divide by 2 as shown below (1/3+1/2)/2=5/12( first number) step 2:- repeat the step by taking upper limit number i.e. 1/2 and the number obtained from mean(5/12) i.e. (5/12+1/2)=11/12. Repeat these steps to get infinite numbers between two numbers. read less

L.C.M of 3,2 is 6. Make the denominators same 1/3*2/2 , 1/2*3/3 now 1/3,1/2 =>2/6,3/6 now take any rational number btw (2,3) 2/6 < 2.1/6 < 2.2/6 < 2.4/6 < 3/6 futher simplying we get 1/3 < 7/20 < 11/30 < 2/5 < 1/2

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first u make denominator as equal like multiplied and divide with same same number ok like 1*8/3*8 ,1*12/2*12 =8/24,12/24 between these two numbers 9/24,10/24,11/24 okay avinash r u understand or not bye please give me review dude

3/6 and 2/6 12/24 and 8/24 9/12,10/12,11/12

we know that between two rational numbers x and y ,such that x read more
we know that between two rational numbers x and y ,such that xread less

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9/24 , 10/24 , 11/24 are three possible answers . though there could be infinite number of rational numbers that lie between two rational numbers

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3/8, 5/12, 11/24

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There can be infinite number of rational numbers between 1/3 and 1/2. For example, 9/24,10/24,11/24

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