No, four twelfths is equal to one third, so two thirds is more.
There are eight twelfths in two thirds.
Yes it is equal
no, two thirds = eight twelfths, so nine twelfths is bigger.
Two quarters minus two thirds is negative one sixth. Two quarters is six twelfths, and two thirds is eight twelfths. Six twelfths minus eight twelfths is minus two twelfths or minus one sixth.
Eight twelfths is equal to two thirds because when you divide both top and bottom by 4, you are left with 2/3.
Yes, it is. Three and two thirds is three and eight twelfths.
No because 10/12 = 5/6 simplified
Three twelfths is equal to one fourth, which is equal to two eights.
If you mean twelfths then it is 8 because 8/12 = 2/3
this is the same as 3 holes and 8 twelfths plus 1 hole and 3 twelfths = 4 and 11 twelfths
We will convert this problem into twelfths. One and two thirds is equal to 20/12. Two and one quarter is equal to 27/12. If we subtract the latter from the former, we get negative 7/12.
2/3 is equal to 8/12 So 9/12 is greater
That depends what there are two thirds of.
Converting to twelfths gives 9 twelfths minus 8 twelfths which is 1 twelfth.
No. Two and three fourths is equal to thirty-two twelfths.
One fourth is three twelfths. So eleven twelfths minus three twelfths is eight twelfths, which is also two thirds.
Sixteen eights equal two thirds
The answer is Zero (0).
It is eleven twelfths.