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. How many times does two-thirds fit into three and two-thirds? The whole strips are labeled as one, and the one-third strips are labeled as one-third. Then, in the second row, six two-thirds strips are shown one by one from left to right. Each strip is labeled as two-thirds. The last two-third strip meets with the last one-third strip that appeared in the first row. A vertical double-sided arrow is drawn. It lies immediately to the right of the second one-third strip in the first row 5 6 five and one-half five and two-thirds

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  1. anonymous
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    How many times does two-thirds fit into three and two-thirds? Three one whole strips and three one-third strips are shown lying across one by one from left to right. The whole strips are labeled as one, and the one-third strips are labeled as one-third. Then, in the second row, six two-thirds strips are shown one by one from left to right. Each strip is labeled as two-thirds. The last two-third strip meets with the last one-third strip that appeared in the first row. A vertical double-sided arrow is drawn. It lies immediately to the right of the second one-third strip in the first row and cuts the sixth two-third strip in half in the second row. 5 6 five and one-half five and two-thirds

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