Q: What is 1 third times 15 and 4 ninths?

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1 third = 3 ninths, 3 ninths - 2 ninths = 1 ninth.

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1 third = 3 ninths, 3 ninths - 2 ninths = 1 ninth.

9 ninths divided by 3 equals 3 ninths. 3 thirds divided by 3 is 1 third. 1 third equals 3 ninths. 2 thirds equals 6 ninths. 2 thirds is bigger

Expressed as a mixed number in its simplest form, 2 5/9 x 6 = 15 1/3 (that is, fifteen and one third).

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two ninths 2/3 x 1/3 = (2 x 1) / (3 x 3) = 2/9

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3/9 times 3 is 9/9 = 1. or you could say three ninthes is one third, and three thirds = 1.

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1 and two ninths divided by 1 and two thirds = 11/15

Three ninths is one third, and eighths are bigger than ninths. Three eighths is bigger than three ninths. Therefore three eighths is bigger than one third.

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One and 5 ninths is fourteen ninths so double that is twenty eight ninths which ends up as three and one ninth.

3/9 (three ninths), which can be reduced to 1/3 (one third).

Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 1/3 + 4/9 = 7/9 or seven ninths.

1/3 + 5/9 = 8/9 1/3 times 3 (both numberator and denominator) = 3/9, so 3/9 + 5/9 = 8/9.

By making the fractions have a common denominator by appropriately multiplying the numerator also. 9 is divisible by 3, so the logical choice of denominator is 9. One multiplies 3 by 3 to get 9, so times the numerator of the third (1) by 3. This gives us five ninths minus three ninths, giving the answer of two ninths 5/9 - 1/3 = 5/9 - 3/9 = 2/9

1/9 (one ninth)