Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, 1/2 x 2/3 = 1/3 or one third. Expressed as a decimal, this is equal to 0.3 recurring (that is, 0.33333...)
no 4 over 8 is smaller 4 over 6 = two thirds 4 over 8 = a half
I think two thirds of a cup is equal to one ounce and a half.
One-half of two-thirds is one-third.
One half divided by two thirds is equal to three quarters. This can be calculated by multiplying one half by three halves, as the denominator is a fraction and needs to be inversed and multiplied.
no two thirds is
seven sixths so 1whole and a sixth
No, one third is in fact less than half. For example, if you had two pizzas and cut one pizza into two equal peices, that would have halves. Then, if you cut the other into three equal peices, you would have thirds. The thirds would be smaller than the halves.
Four sixths, which is equal to two thirds, if rounded to the nearest half is approximately one half. In terms of a decimal analysis, two thirds is very close to .67, and .67 - .5 = .17, so two thirds is just .17 more than a half, but if we compare it to the number one, two thirds is fully a third (or .333...) less than one. And that is more than .17 so two thirds is closer to a half than it is to one.
One half multiplied by two-thirds is two-sixths and if you reduce it would be one-third.
Six thirds is two. Two minus one half is one and a half. 2 - 0.5 - 1.5
1 third plus one third =============== There are many other fraction combinations which equal two-thirds. One, for example, is one-half plus one-sixth.