There are two sixths in one third. 1/6 + 1/6 = 1/3 One third = two sixths

One third of six is equal to two.

Four and one third divided by two = 21/6

6, one third is 3 so two thirds is 6

Two. (1/3) * 6 = 2

It can't, but 6 divided by two-thirds equals 9

6 minus 3 and two thirds = 2 and one third.

There are 6 because 6/9 = 2/3

7/3 x 1/2 = 7/6 or 1 and 1/6

1/6+1/6=1/3. So, two sixths make up one third.

It is .66 with a bar over the last 6.

two out of 6 or one third

no yu are finding one third and doubling that for example 2/3 of 9 is 6 because 1/3 is 3 and to get 2/3 i double it to get 6

One third = 5/15 One fifth = 3/15, so two fifths = 6/15. So one third is less than two fifths.

There are actually two (2) countries whose names have 6 letters and the third letter is a "t": Qatar and Latvia.

Two and one-sixth (2-1/6)

one half times two thirds i think which is 1/6

4 is 12 'thirds'. that is 6 'two thirds'

One third equals 3 over 15. Two fifths equals 6 over 15. So no.

Convert both to fifteenths (3x5). One third is 5/15 and two fifths is 6/15, so two fifths is larger.

0.6 with a horizontal line over the 6

0.6666666666666666666666666666666 Basically the 6 goes on forever after the decimal.

weary sigh two another weary sigh

2/3 divided by 6 is 0.1111

Two divided by 1 third = 6

6 hours If one third is two hours, then 3 * 2 is 6 hours. heh?

6 and two-third yards are in twenty feet.

negative 2 and two thirds

2/3 Ã· 1/6 = 4

You divide 18 by 3=6 6x2=12

6/15 which then can be simplified to 2/5

2 and 5/6 is the answer to the problem

The answer is 6/11 2/11 x 3/1 = 6/11

6 two third cents -> 6,66666666666 etc. So if you want to split it in 3 you will have to give 2 people 7 cents and 1 person 6 cents.

2/3 divided by 1/3 = 2/3 x 3/1 = 6/3 = 2 Also, you have two thirds, and one third. You have twice as many thirds in the two thirds than in the one third.

no, it will be slightly bigger, 1 half is 1/6 larger than 1 third so 1 half and a third is 1/6 larger than 2/3

There is no third energy level of oxygen, there is only two. The second energy level has 6 electrons.

Answer Two. To find one third of a number, you divide it by 3. yeah just listen to this person, they're right.

2/5 + 1/3 = 6/15 + 5/15 = 11/15

(2/3)*(2/3)*(2/3) = 6/27

1/3 is exactly the same as 2/6

Yes. 2/6 is the same as 1/3.

Yes 1/3 is equivalent to 2/6

No, 2 and 1/6. Half of four is two.

6 wins is two thirds. 9 divided by 3=3 or one third of 9. 3+3=6.

No, they cannot. 2/5 = 6/15 1/3 = 5/15 Since 6 is not equal to 5, the two cannot be equal.

2/3 = 4/6 + 5/6 = 9/6 = 1 and 3/6 = 1 and 1/2 = 1.5

they are the same. (1/3=2/6) you have to reduce (2/6) therefore (2/6) reduces to (1/3)

(2/6) can be simplified. When you do that, you discover that it's the same thing as (1/3), and now you can compare it directly with (2/3). One third (two sixths) is smaller than (only half the size of) two thirds.

2/6 x 12 = 4 Keep in mind that two sixths is the same as one third.