15 and one quarter divided by two thirds equals 227/8
Two thirds multiplied by one quarter is one sixth.
The answer to one twelfth divided by two thirds is 1/72.
Two and two thirds divided by one and three fifths = 12/3
one and one half
In simplest terms, two and two-thirds divided by one and one-sixth = 16/7 or 22/7
One and one half divided by two thirds = 9/4, or 2 and 1/4
Four and one-third divided by two and two-thirds = 13/8 or 15/8
Three and two thirds divided by one third = 11/1 or 11
One and two thirds divided by two and one sixth in simplest form = 10/13
Four and two thirds divided by one and three ninths = 7/2 or 31/2
2/3 divided by 1/3 = 2/3 x 3/1 = 6/3 = 2 Also, you have two thirds, and one third. You have twice as many thirds in the two thirds than in the one third.
Yes. Two thirds is 66.6 %. A quarter is only 25 %.
We will convert this problem into twelfths. One and two thirds is equal to 20/12. Two and one quarter is equal to 27/12. If we subtract the latter from the former, we get negative 7/12.
It is eleven twelfths.
Four thirds divided by two fifths equals ten thirds.