Three thirds make up a whole.
there are three thirds in a whole
3 thirds are in one whole
Three of them. * * * * * NO! Three of them make a WHOLE, not a hole!
three thirds is a whole
there are 3 thirds in a whole.
there are 3 thirds in a whole
There are twelve thirds in four wholes.
6, each whole is 3 thirds
If there are three thirds in one, there must be six thirds in two.
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 you mean 3 whole and 2/3, the answer would be 11 thirds. If you mean 3 thirds and 2/3 the answer would be 5 thirds
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.
15 of them.
12/3 = 4 whole ones.
60 divided by 3 which is 20 times 2 which is 40
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.