What is 1/2 of 1/3? It depends on the context, but generally, it is 1/2 * 1/3 = 1/6, because 1/2 is “half of two”, and 1/3 is “one-third of three”. It is important to recognize that multiplication distributes over addition. (What is 1/2 of 1/3?)

**What’s half of 1 1/3 cup of water?**

One cup is always equal to eight ounces, regardless of what you choose as a unit of measurement. In this case, it’s water, so, according to the formula, one and one-half cups of water is equal to (1 1/2) x 8 = 10 ounces of water. The answer is 10 ounces. (What is 1/2 of 1/3?)

**What is half of a third in fractions?**

One way to solve this is to convert the third to the twelfth. You can do this by multiplying the number by 4. If the number is a common fraction, you can also simply cross-multiply. To cross-multiply, you first multiply the denominators of the two fractions. In this case, 4×2=8. Then, you multiply the numerators. So, 6×3=18. Therefore, the answer is the fraction (8/18). The other way to solve this problem is to convert the third to the twelfth, then subtract the smaller number from the bigger number. Looking at the problem, 60/3 would be 20/3. Then, (20-12) would be 8. (What is 1/2 of 1/3?)

**How many 1/3 are in a half a cup?**

A 1/3 is 3/10. A 1/3 of a cup is 3/10 of a cup, which is 0.3 of a cup. A half a cup is 6/10 of a cup, which is half a cup. A half a cup is more than a 1/3 of a cup. A half a cup is more than 0.3 of a cup. __% of 0.3 of a cup is less than half of a cup. (What is 1/2 of 1/3?)

**What’s half of 1 3rd?**

The answer is 1 3rd!. The topic of math is often discussed in standard teaching, but it is still quite a difficult one. We will learn the process of simplifying fractions. As you know, a fraction can be represented as a number over another number. The number for the denominator and the number for the numerator. One thing you should remember is you should always cancel out the same number from the top and the bottom of the fraction until only one number is left. For example, let’s do this problem: 1/3 – 1/3 = 1/3! So 3/3 = 1. The answer is 1 3rd.

**What is half of 1/3 cup in math?**

1/3 cup is a very specific measurement, so there is no real way to answer this question. If you don’t know the exact measurements, you can first convert the units to something more useful, like quarts or metrics. For example, 1/3 cup is equivalent to 3/8 of a cup. In metric, 1/3 cup is equal to 50 millilitres, while in quarts, it’s equal to 1.325 quarts.

**What is half of 1/3 cup in ounces?**

To convert 1/3 cup to ounces, first convert 1/3 cup to U.S. Customary Fluid Ounces (using this link ). To do so, multiply 1/3 cup times 1.029 (the conversion factor). This gives you 0.331 U.S. Customary Fluid Ounces. Since the question asks for half of 0.331 U.S. Customary Fluid Ounces, you will need to divide this amount by 2. This gives you 0.165 U.S. Customary Fluid Ounces as the answer.

**What is half of one and half?**

One and one-half are officially two. The issue with trying to describe “half of one and a half” is that it is technically incorrect. Thinking of it as one and a half (a.k.a. 1½) is the best way to think of it, although you will almost never want to use it. 1½ is one and one-half. 1½ can be an adjective (1½ feet tall). If you’re dividing a pizza between two people, you would say: “I’ll have a half and you can have a half .”

**How do you find the half of a fraction?**

One of the most common methods for simplifying fractions is cross multiplication, which is based on the premise that for all fractions, the product of the numerator and the denominator is equal to the reciprocal of the fraction. Of course, this isn’t always true, but it is a useful rule of thumb.

**What is half of 1/3 in percentage?**

1/3 of 66 is 22.22% because 1/3 divided by 3 is 1/3. Half of one third is half of six or 3.33% because half divided by 3 is half.

**How can I substitute 2 3 cup?**

The recipe calls for 2 3 cups of butter, but you have a little butter left and you want to use it. You can either 1. Substitute butter with an equal portion of margarine, or 2. Substitute 2 1/2 cup of butter with 2 1/2 cup of oil. Margarine is actually a hydrogenated vegetable oil, so substituting it with butter is a bad idea. You can try substituting it with another vegetable oil. If you want to keep the butter, and you want to keep the recipe healthy, you can try using non-hydrogenated butter.

**What is half of 2/3 cup in tablespoons?**

One half of 2/3 cup is equal to 1.5 tablespoons. Half of 2/3 cup is equivalent to 1 1/3 tablespoons. The actual answer depends on how refined your measuring utensils are, and how accurate you are when measuring your ingredients.

**How many cups is a 2 3 cup?**

It depends on the size of the cup you are using. If you are using a measuring cup, then you can get pretty much the same number of cups in any cup. It varies depending on the size of the cup. If you have any more questions, let me know.

**What is half of 2/3 cup flour?**

2/3 of a cup of flour is about 43.75g of flour. It is also about 1.5 level tablespoons of flour. To convert from cups to grams, you can multiply the size of the cup by 16. You will get the size of the cup in grams.

**What is half of 1/3 cup in grams?**

1/3 of a cup is equal to 87.5 grams. One cup is equal to 250 grams. So, if you take half of one cup of 250 grams, then it will be 1/3 of that which is equal to 87.5 grams. You can use this answer for cooking.

**What is 1/3 a cup in grams?**

This is a tricky one. First, you need to know what kind of cup you are talking about. Is it a standard US cup or a UK cup or a cup used in other countries? If you do not specify the type of cup, then I will take it to be a US cup. Now, divide 1/3 by 1,000 and you get 0.033. Now convert this 0.033 into grams by dividing it with 100, i.e. 0.033/100 = 0.0003, to get 3 grams. So a third of a cup is 3 grams.

**How many tablespoons are in a third a cup?**

This depends on what type of tablespoon you’re talking about. If a U.S. tablespoon is being used, there are 3 tablespoons in 1/3 cup. This is because the U.S. tablespoon is defined as ⅓ cup. Since a quart is equal to 4 cups, this means that 1/3 of a quart is equal to 1 cup. Thus, 3 tablespoons equal ⅓ of a cup. If a metric tablespoon is being used, there are 4.9 tablespoons in 1/3 cup. To convert from an English to a metric tablespoon, simply divide by 3. So if you had 1.5 English tablespoons, you would have 4.9 metric tablespoons.