Q: How much is one third of a piece of paper?

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One and one third is the same as saying one whole piece and one third of a piece.The big number is the whole and the part of a number is the fraction. This type of fraction is called a mixed number.

Cut one pizza into three equal pieces, and cut a second pizza of the same size into halves. You can simulate this with a piece of paper and a pencil or pen. <><><><><> One third is NOT more than one half.

it will never be bigger

No. The square is all on one flat surface, like a piece of paper, but a cube has height off of the paper. When you set the cube down on the piece of paper, the place where it touches the paper is a square, but there's a lot more to it than that.

Eight, no matter how thin or large the paper is. Not sure one can prove this, but try it.

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Depends on the size and quality of the paper.

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None. It's an inert object.

Cornell Form is a method of note taking. One takes a piece of paper, folds one third towards the right. Thus, the paper has a one-third section on the left, and a two-third division on the right. Then, fold half of the paper upwards. On the the upper left-third, one is to write questions and/or main ideas. On the upper right two-thirds, notes are to be written. A few lines from the bottom, write a summary.

you are folding it, there is still only one piece of paper

One and one third is the same as saying one whole piece and one third of a piece.The big number is the whole and the part of a number is the fraction. This type of fraction is called a mixed number.

on a teacher's salary?! please!!! they are allotted one piece per year

some one decided to draw a piece of paper on the paper

Write all of your ideas on a piece of paper, then decide which one is the most important, second important, and third important and so on. make a list.

Depends where you buy it. Divide the price the paper was bought for by the number of sheets of paper in the pack... E.g if you buy a pack with 500 pieces of A4 paper for 2.00, 2/500= 0.004 per piece of paper OR A pack of 300 for 3.50 3.5/300= 0.0116666666 per piece meaning that each piece is approx 1.17 pence

because the other peice of paper was out stright therefore a larger surface area and the air than gets caught under the paper and the small one dosnt have as much air to get caught on. hope this helps! :)

Individual plastic bags cost about one-third as much as the average paper sack.