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One-eighth is bigger than one-twelfth. Both of these figures are fractions and represent parts of a whole. When comparing fractions, if the numerator remains the same, any fraction with a larger denominator is smaller.

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Is 1/8 greater than 1/5? Is 1/8 bigger than 1/5? Is 1/8 larger than 1/5? 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:

Obviously the pieces that are 1/10 of the pizza are bigger. Another way to compare these fractions is to get common denominator of 60. 1/10 = 6/60 1/12 = 5/60 6/60 > 5/60 So 1/10 > 1/12 Answer: Yes, 1/10 is greater than 1/12.

The only difference is that 1.8 has a bigger hitbox than 1.12 does. (In 1.8, your hitbox is bigger than F3+B, but in 1.12 your hitbox is just like F3+B.) So you're not experiencing a hit registration issue, you're just experiencing not being used to the hitbox. (Not being close enough.) #8.

Hopefully you will learn fractions in school soon. The larger the denominator (bottom number) the smaller the model is. As with 1/8 of a piece of pie you get more than getting 1/10, 1/12, 1/16, 1/18 of it etc.

If they are taken of the same whole, yes. If you get 1/8 of a much larger pie...it may be greater than 1/6 of a smaller pie. Think pizza. That may help to put it in perspective.

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The other formulas showing mixed feet, inches and fractional inches will still requidre something more than these simplified formulas, and will be text to allow feet and inch marks to appear next to figures even if strictly Feet and fractional feet.