Q: What is 1 and 1 5Th's multiplied by 3 and 1 3Rd's?

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48 × 2/3 = 48/1 × 2/3 = (48×2)/(1×3) = 96/3 = 32

(3 + (1 / 3)) * (2 / 3) = 20/9 It is 20 3rds.

It is 12 and 2/3rds. What you do is set 38 over 1, so you are multiplying 1/3 times 38/1. That equals 38/3. Reduce it and get 12 and 2/3rd. Or 12.6

41.6666666666666666666666666666666667 x 3 = 125Answer 2:41 and 2/3rds

There are an infinite number of fractions less than 4/5ths, such as 3/5ths, 2/5ths, and 1/5th.

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(3 + (1 / 3)) * (2 / 3) = 20/9 It is 20 3rds.

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It is 12 and 2/3rds. What you do is set 38 over 1, so you are multiplying 1/3 times 38/1. That equals 38/3. Reduce it and get 12 and 2/3rd. Or 12.6

(2 +1/3rd) + (2/3rds) = 2 + (3/3rds) = 2 + 1 = 3

two-thirds is larger than three-fifths. Proof: 2/3 = 0.6667 3/5 is 0.6 Obviously 2/3 is greater than 3/5