Q: What fraction lies halfway between one quarter and two thirds?

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31/48Thirty one forty eighths.

5/12

two thirds is a fraction and 4 is a whole number

17/24 is a fraction between 2/3 and 3/4

6 and 1/2

a fraction

Yes 2/3 or two thirds is a fraction.

Yes. Two thirds is 66.6 %. A quarter is only 25 %.

Two thirds multiplied by one quarter is one sixth.

Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 2/3 + 1/4 = 11/12.

Three thirds is an integer, not a fraction.

Halfway is between Little Rock and Fort Smith, Arkansas, closer to Fort Smith. I'd break that trip up in thirds.

no. they are equal

Two thirds is the name of the fraction 2/3.

4 and 2 thirds as a fraction = 4 2/3

Halfway is the western part of the Denver metropolitan area. I'd break that trip up into thirds.

One fraction equivalent to 2/3 is 4/6

eight and 2 thirds as an improper fraction is 26/3

As an improper fraction 25 thirds is 25/3.

20 thirds

38 thirds

Two thirds=2/3

20 thirds is 20/3.

The fraction two-thirds is already in its simplest form.

41 and 2 thirds as a fraction = 41 2/3 or 125/3

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