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1 cup is 3/3.

Hence 1/3+3/3=4 . The half of it is 1/2⋅4/3=2/3

A transformation factor is utilized to change the units of a deliberate amount without changing its esteem. The solidarity section technique for unit conversion comprises of a division where the denominator is equivalent to the numerator, yet they are in various units.

In view of the character property of duplication, the estimation of an amount won't change as long as it is increased by one. Also, if the numerator and denominator of a part are equivalent to one another, at that point the portion is equivalent to one. So as long as the numerator and denominator of the portion are proportionate, they won't influence the estimation of the deliberate amount.

By contrast, a *hard conversion* or an *adaptive conversion* may not be exactly equivalent. It changes the measurement to convenient and workable numbers and units in the new system. It sometimes involves a slightly different configuration, or size substitution Nominal values are sometimes allowed and used.

**Example 1:**

What is half of a cup and a half?

Half of 1.5 cups is 0.75 cups, or 3/4 cups

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