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If there are three thirds in one, there must be six thirds in two.

3 thirds are in one whole

there are three thirds in a whole

there are 3 thirds in a whole

No it is not It makes up one and two thirds, a fraction.

Three thirds.

3

Three thirds are equal to one whole, therefore seven thirds is equal to two and one third.

You can only get one 2/3 out of a whole, since two times two thirds is four thirds which is one and a third, hence, larger than a whole.

2

There are three thirds in one whole.

5 there are 5 thirds in 1 and 2/3....there are 3 thirds in the whole (1) and 2 in the 2/thirds

If every fraction could be turned into a whole number, we wouldn't need fractions. 5 thirds is not a whole number, and there's nothing you can do to make it one, except to find another third somewhere and toss it on the pile. If you can do that, then you'll have 2. But if you're stuck with 5 thirds, then there's no way to make a whole number.

It cant be written as a decimal apart from 3.0 which is a whole number. The fraction is basically saying that there are 9 thirds which equals three. Three thirds equals one because three thirds equals a whole.

The correct answer would be three.

eight eighths in one whole three thirds in one whole four fourths in one whole see the pattern?

Divide the whole into three. Take two of them.They represent two thirds of the whole.

If you know how many cups equal one quart, just multiply that number by 3. There are 3 thirds in every whole cup.

It does not.

3 (the number of thirds in one pie) times 2 (the number of total pies) equals six. There are 6 thirds in two pies.

one whole

Draw one whole in ONE rectangle, and draw the thirds in a different rectangle..!

No,

Yes.

two divided by three, or two thirds is .66666 repeating, having the last digit rounded up to 7, giving you .666667. one third:.3 two thirds: .6 three thirds: 1