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## How do you find 1/4 of a number?

Answer: To find one quarter of a number divide the number by 4. So 1640 divided by 4 is 410.

## What is half of 1 1 4 in fraction?

1/8

Answer: Half of 1/4 is 1/8.

**What is the answer for 2 divided by 4?**

The expression of division using the word “into” comes from the form: “Two goes into four how many times?” Answer: two. Dividing 2 by 4 means breaking(dividing) 2 into 4 equal parts ( 0.5 each).

### What is 1/3rd called?

Answer: 1/3 is expressed as 0.3333 in its decimal form.

### Can 3 be divided by 4?

We can write 3 divided by 4 as 3/4. Since 3 is a prime number and 4 is an even number. Therefore, the GCF or the greatest common factor of 3 and 4 is 1. So, to simplify the fraction and reduce it to its simplest form we will divide both numerator and denominator by 1.

**How many times can 5 enter 30?**

We now divide 30 by 5 (or find out how many times 5 goes into 30). Using our multiplication table we can see the answer is exactly 6, with no remainder.

#### What is half of 1/4 cup in tablespoons?

2 tbsp

Half of ¼ cup is equivalent to 2 tbsp.

#### What is half of 1 1/4 cup in cooking?

Scale, Half and Double Quantity Amounts in a Recipe (Chart)

Original Recipe Measure | Half Scaled Measure | Double Scaled Measure |
---|---|---|

1 1/4 cups | 1/2 cup + 2 tbsp. | 2 1/2 cups |

1 1/3 cups | 10 tbsp. + 2 tsp. | 2 2/3 cups |

1 1/2 cups | 3/4 cup | 3 cups |

1 2/3 cups | 1/2 cup + 1/3 cup | 3 1/3 cups |

**What is the same as 5 divided by 3?**

Using a calculator, if you typed in 5 divided by 3, you’d get 1.6667. You could also express 5/3 as a mixed fraction: 1 2/3. If you look at the mixed fraction 1 2/3, you’ll see that the numerator is the same as the remainder (2), the denominator is our original divisor (3), and the whole number is our final answer (1).

## Can you figure out how do you make 1 whole?

You can make any fraction into a whole number by multiplying the fraction by the same number in the denominator. For example, if you multiply 1/3 by 3, you get 1; if you multiply 1/2 by 2, you get 1; if you multiply 2/3 by 3, you would get 2.