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No, 1 third is equal to 3 ninthsNo, it is equal to 2 sixths, or 3 ninths.

Think of, or better draw, a cake. Split it into thirds, colour one third in. You have one third of cake.

Make the cake into 6 equal slices. There will now be 2 shaded parts.

Make the cake into 9, equal pieces. There should be 3 shaded parts.

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