If there are three thirds in one, there must be six thirds in two.
Convert it to an improper fraction and multiply.
Yes, it does.
If the number is before the decimal, it is a whole number. The numbers after the decimal represent fractions of whole numbers. For example if you had to work 8.5 hours, you would work 8 whole hours plus one half hour.
The denominator tells you, in effect, what kind of fraction you have, whether it is halves, thirds, quarters, fifths, sixths, and so forth. You can add a group of thirds to another group of thirds and then find out how many thirds you have in total, but if you try to add thirds to quarters, what do you get? Not thirds, and not quarters, but some mix of the two. What is the sum of 2 apples and 3 oranges? Five fruit. This doesn't work for numbers, however. The sum of 1/3 and 1/4 is two fractions, but that doesn't tell you anything, you want a specific number. You can get that by converting them both to twelfths. Then you have 4/12 and 3/12 which adds up to 7/12, an actual number.
Multiply by 1.67
Sounds like 89 will work for you.
3/3 = 6/6 and they both equal to 1
In a fraction you are looking at parts of a whole, thus if you think of this as a pie and the lower number as the number of pieces the pie has been cut into. the top number of pieces you intend to remove or work with. thus your query of what does 2/3 equal... If you cut each piece of pie into another equal piece then the answer 4/6 is correct. the denominator is the lower number or the total number of pieces that the pie is cut up into. the numerator is the number of pieces you plan to work with or eat...
-6 from the 400 so it makes it a whole number +1 to the 399 to make it a whole number and then leave 390 because its a whole number then add it all up it =1190 then you + the 6 you subtracted then - the 1 you added then it all = 1195