Q: How do you multiply 12 by two thirds?

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12...., since 3 two thirds make a 2, so multiply by 4 to get 8

Seven multiply one and two thirds is 7*5/3 or 35/3.

Divide by three and then multiply by 2.....12 divided by 3 = 4 x 2 = 8

Two thirds of 12 pennies is 8 pennies.

to calculate 2 thirds of 440 you have to find one third. then you multiply that answer by two. You have two thirds of 440 now

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12...., since 3 two thirds make a 2, so multiply by 4 to get 8

2/3 x 2/4 = 4/12 or 1/3

Multiply something by two thirds.

Seven multiply one and two thirds is 7*5/3 or 35/3.

Divide by three and then multiply by 2.....12 divided by 3 = 4 x 2 = 8

Divide 54 by three to get thirds (=18) Multiply this by two to get the two-thirds (=36)

Two thirds of 12 pennies is 8 pennies.

to calculate 2 thirds of 440 you have to find one third. then you multiply that answer by two. You have two thirds of 440 now

No. Two thirds is equivalent to four sixths (if you multiply the numerator and divisor of two thirds by 2, you get four sixths).

There are 122/3 inches in 12 and two thirds.

Multiply by 1.67

No - you cannot reach 20 by multiplying 12 by an integer - since 20/12 = 1.6 recurring (that is, 1.6666..) or one and two thirds, this is what you have to multiply 12 by to get 20.