Three thirds is an integer, not a fraction.
Ten thirds is an improper fraction. As a mixed number, it would be three and one-third.
Three and two thirds are equal precisely to three and two thirds. Nothing more, nothing less. Or if you want to make it a improper fraction it will be 11/3 or eleven thirds
No because three thirds = 3/3 = 1
It is 11/3.
it's equal to a improper fraction , all you have to do is turn it into a improper fraction and you will get 23/6.
no. they are equal
If you have 3 and you want to show this in an improper fraction in thirds, you have to get 1 whole one into thirds, which is 3/3 and then times it by three whole ones which is 9/3. The answer is 9 thirds!
Expressed as an improper fraction, this is equal to 53/6 or fifty-three sixths.
It is: 3 and 2/3 which is 11/3 as an improper fraction
Fractions are generally thought of as quantities less than one. If a fraction is equal to or greater than one, it is either a mixed fraction, such as 3 1/2 (three and one half), or an improper fraction, such as 3/2 (three halves) or 5/3 (five thirds). The student should learn how to convert quickly from mixed fractions to improper fractions and vice versa.
If each whole has three parts to it, then with 2 holes you will have 6 thirds. You then add the extra third to the other 6 and get the improper fraction of 7/3.
Thirteen and three fifths, as an improper fraction, is 68/5.
They are: 14/3, 28/6 and 56/12
Expressed as an improper fraction in its simplest form, 0.03 is equal to 3/100 or three hundredths.
One and one third is the mixed number, four thirds is the simplified improper fraction.
Expressed as an improper fraction in its simplest form, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 2, 16/6 is equal to 8/3, eight thirds or eight over three.
Expressed as an improper fraction in its simplest form, 60% is equal to 3/5, or three fifths.
No, two thirds does not equal three fourths.