2nd grade fraction question
posted by Arianna .
Only using the numbers 09 once each is it possible to make 5 fractions that are less than 1/2?

Please see the answers to your previous post. Do you see any way to make these 5 fractions?

I seem to only be comming up with 4 fractions that are less than 1/2 using the number 09 only once each?

1/9 2/8 3/7 4/9 0/5
from:
1/9 2/9 3/9 4/9
1/8 2/8 3/8
1/7 2/7 3/7
1/6 2/6
1/5 2/5
1/4
1/3
2/9, 
whoops, used 9 twice

Thanks Damon I really appreciate it. I havent done fractions in a long time and trying to help my 8 year old.

opps except we used 9 twice and didn't use the number 6??

1/5 2/8 3/7 4/9 0/6

I think that might be it :)

Damon Thanks alot!!! Your awesome!! Now I just gotta help her without giving her the answers :) Have a wonderful night!! Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!

You are welcome :)

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