Two and one third divided by five and five twelfths = 28/65
No, four twelfths is equal to one third, so two thirds is more.
one third, four twelfths, eight twenty-fouths, ect.
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.
Three twelfths is equal to one fourth, which is equal to two eights.
no, two thirds = eight twelfths, so nine twelfths is bigger.
One third is four-twelfths, one quarter is three-twelfths, add one-twelfth. So the total is eight-twelfths (two thirds).
3 and seven twelfths. just think of a clock.
We convert this to twelfths to give: 10 twelfths + 4 twelfths + 9 twelfths = 23 twelfths or 1 and 11 twelfths.
Expressed as a mixed number in its simplest form, 5 1/3 - 2 11/12 = 2 5/12 or two and five twelfths.
One fourth is three twelfths. So eleven twelfths minus three twelfths is eight twelfths, which is also two thirds.
If we convert to the same denominators:Nine twelfths subtract six twelfths = Three twelfths.
No. Two and three fourths is equal to thirty-two twelfths.
There are eight twelfths in two thirds.
Two twelfths is equal to one sixth, and is thus lesser than two sixths.
Three-twelfths is equal to one quarter. Three-ninths is equal to one third. One third of anything is a greater quantity than one quarter of anything, therefore, "Three-ninths" is the larger of the two.
Converting to twelfths gives 9 twelfths minus 8 twelfths which is 1 twelfth.
Two of them.
one third? two sixths? three ninths? five fifteenths? six eighteenths? 33%? i could go on forever...
Two halves is one. And anything divided by one is itself. So the answer would be two twelfths - except that it simplifies to one sixth.
the two equivilennt fractions of eight twelfths are quite simple they are 16 24ths and 36 48ths
There are 33 12ths in 2 & 3/4