**2/3** 1/3 = 3/3 = 1 **cup**. The answer is 1 and 1/2 **cups** will **make** 1 **cup** when using a **2/3 cup**.

Similarly, how many 1/4 cups do I need to make 2 3 cups? **1/4 will** go into **2/3** 2.66 times. To **get** your answer, you **need** to put **1/4** and **2/3** into a compatible context, that is **make** them more the same. You **can do** this by thinking of each of them as some number of 12ths. **1/4** is the same as 3/12 and **2/3** is the same as 8/12.

Hereof, how many 2/3 cups does it take to make 3 cups?

Answer is 4 “**2/3**” **cups** in **3** given **cups**.

How many 1 3 cups make half a cup?

If all you have is a **1**/**3 cup** then you can get **1**/2 **cup** by adding **1**/**3** a **half** of **1**/**3**. So you measure **1**/**3** and put it into another container, then fill the **1**/**3 cup half**-way and then add that to the container.