4th grade math

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fractional parts:

¨”1/2 of 24¨• = ¨”24¡2=12¨•

so, ¨”2/3 of 18¨• = ?

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    2/3 of 18 is 12 because 6 times 3 is 18.

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    thanks a ton!

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    2/3 of 18
    First you divide the denominator (bottom number of a fraction) by your whole number 18/3=6
    Then you take that and multiply it by the numerator (top number in a fraction) 6 x 2 = 12

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    there are 1hundred bird eithy fell down.how many were left?

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    thats not 4th grade math!!

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