Q: What is three wholes and one third times three equal?

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Because: 4 times 1/2 = 2

one third times three

Cubed is the third dimension because it is a cube. A cube has three dimensions of equal amount. A cube of three-inch sides, to get its volume you'd multiply three times three times three, which is three cubed.

Powers are how many times you multiply a number by itself. Three squared (or three to the second power) is the same as 3 times 3. Three to the third power is the same as 3 times 3 times 3. This can continue forever. For the record, three to the third power is equal to 27.

negative one ninth

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There are three 1/3 in a whole. 3 is made of three wholes. There are therefore 3*3 = 9 thirds in 3 wholes.

two wholes

It is one and one tenth.

Because: 4 times 1/2 = 2

four thirds, or one and a third

3 x 2/5 = 6/5

Think of a cake cut in three pieces. Each piece is a third, so you would multiply 3 (pieces) times 4 (whole cakes) which equals 12

one third times three

Well, they call them fourths for a very good reason ... there are 4 of them in every whole. That means if you want 2 wholes, you have to multiply 4 times 2 to get 8.

1/9 or one ninth

Cubed is the third dimension because it is a cube. A cube has three dimensions of equal amount. A cube of three-inch sides, to get its volume you'd multiply three times three times three, which is three cubed.

Log (x^3) = 3 log(x) Log of x to the third power is three times log of x.