1 Finding fractions
For some people, finding fractions is pretty simple, but it can be a challenging job for some individuals. You can find two-thirds of the number by using fractions or decimals. One important thing to keep in mind is that in math, the word "of" means to multiply and that infractions, denominators are on the bottom, and numerators are on top.
2 Fractional findings
In general, it is pretty easy and simple to solve the fractions. For example, multiple 2/3 and your number. If you have a whole number, you can first convert it into a fraction by adding 1 to the denominator. It makes solving the equation easy, such as 2/3*18/1= 36/3.
If you want, you can also reduce the fraction by dividing; hence 36/3 would become 12/1, which means 12. Hence, 2/3 of 18 is 12.
3 What is 2/3 + 2/3=?
As explained above, you have to use the same technique here too. When you add, ensure that you only add numerators as the denominator remains the same. If the denominators are not of the same number, you would have to first find the same denominator. But here, the denominators are already the same.
Therefore, 2/3+2/3 = 4/3.
It is an improper fraction as the numerator is greater than the denominator. You can also simplify it by writing it like this
4 Decimal doings
If you want to change 2/3 into a fraction, it would always come 0.666666. As if you put 2/3 in a calculator and convert it into a fraction, it would always show 0.6 with infinite sixes. You can also round it up as 0.67 as well.