Q: How many 1 3s in 2 wholes?

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2 ÷ 1/2 = 2 x 2/1 = 4 Alternatively: 1 whole is 2 halves → 2 wholes = 2 x 2 halves = 4 halves.

it is 4 wholes

2 / (1/6) = 2 * (6/1) = 12

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no because 2/3s is 2/3s of 1 therefore 1 is more then anything of it

1 whole = 100%therefore:2 wholes= 2 * 100%= 200%

10 / (1/2) = 10* (2/1) = 20

26/4 = 6.5, so there are 6 and 1/2 quarters in 26 wholes.

twenty-four 12/12 = 1/1 = 1 24/12 = 2/1 = 2

are you asking how many 1/3s are in 6, or 6 divided by 3?there are 18 1/3s in 6 (6x3)6 divided by 3 is 2

2/1 is the fraction equal to two wholes

6 wholes and 1 fifth or 6 wholes and 2 tenths.6 wholes and 1 fifth or 6 wholes and 2 tenths.6 wholes and 1 fifth or 6 wholes and 2 tenths.6 wholes and 1 fifth or 6 wholes and 2 tenths.

2 and 1/12

5 wholes = ten halves plus one half = 11 halves

That's a total of 44 eighths.

-7 = 3s - 1 +1 +1 (add 1 to both sides to get the variable alone) ___ ____ -6 = 3s __ ___ (-6 and 3s both divided by 3) 3 3 -2 = s

15 fifths. Because 5/5 (1) times 3 = 15/5. 1 whole = 5 fifths 2 wholes = 10 fifths 3 wholes = 15 fifths

eight2 = 2/1 = 4/2 = 8/4 = 8 x 1/4

3 - 1/2 = 2 and 1/2

There are ten tenths in a whole. Therefore: 10 X 2 = 20 (twenty tenths in two wholes).

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1 whole = 4 fourths 4 wholes = 16 fourths 4 wholes minus 2 fourths = 16 fourths minus 2 fourths = (16 - 2) fourths = 14 fourths 14 fourths = 3 wholes plus 2 fourths, or 3 wholes plus 1 tooth.

Five wholes and one half. Divide the 11 by 2: 11 ÷ 2 = 5.5

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