Q: Is 2 thirds of 15 the same as 1 third of 30?

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One third is 15 miles; two-thirds is 30 miles; three times two-thirds is 90 miles, or three and two-thirds is 3 x 3 x 15 + 30 = 165 miles.

Let's see, one-third of 30 would be 30 divided by three, so two-thirds would be twice that answer...

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2/3 X 15 = 30/3 = 10.

10 cups is thirty "third-cups". so 30/2 ie 15 "two-third" cups.

"Of" is the same as "times" so 2/3 * 15 = 2/3 * 15/1 --multiply the numerators together and the denominators together. 15*2 = 30 and 3*1 = 3, so 30/3 = 10.

One third of ninety is equal to 90/3 which equals 30.

2/3 minus 6/10 = 1/15

30/15 is the same as 10/5 which is simply 2.

3/5 x 10/3 = 30/15 = 2

Yes because 15/30 = 1/2 which is 0.5 as a decimal

Two thirds of 30 is equal to 2/3 x 30 = 20.

10. You can either multiply 30 by one-third, or divide 30 by 3. It's the same thing, one way or the other.

No. It is close, but not exact. 1/3 + 1/5 = 5/15 + 3/15 = 8/15 = 16/30 1/2 = 15/30 thus 16/30 != 15/30

The third number could be: 3, 6, 15 or 30

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30/88=15/44 or as decimal, 0.34090909 recurring, which is just over one third.

The possibble answer is 30

Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 15, 30/45 is equal to 2/3 or two thirds.

Sketching isn't possible on WikiAnswers, but perhaps this will help: 30 degrees is a third of a right angle. 60 degrees is two thirds of a right angle. 120 degrees is a third of a full circle.

45 books. Third of 45 is 15. 15 of the books are mysteries. 30 leftover. half of 30 is 15 - 15 science books and the rest (15 books) are about cars. I better not have just done your maths homework!

Five thirds of eighteen is thirty. There are two ways to find this. One is to multiply 5 (the numerator) by 18, which gives you 90. Then, divide 90 by 3 (the denominator). This gives you 30. The other way is to divide eighteen by 3 to find one third of 18. To find 5 thirds of 18, simply multiply one third of 18 by 5.

no...if you go 30 miles in one hour its the same as 60 miles in 30 mins.

15: 2 15 30 10 _ x __ = __ = __ = 10 3 1 3 1

27/30 - 10/30 = 17/30

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