Convert One Sixth Or .1(6) (1/6, Fractions) to Trio (Number Of Performers)

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one sixth or .1(6) (1/6)
Fractions
trio
Number of Performers

This page features online conversion from one sixth or .1(6) to trio. These units belong to different measurement systems. The first one is from Fractions. The second one is from Number Of Performers.

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Quantity Units

 one sixth or .1(6) to unit, point (1) one sixth or .1(6) to pair, brace, yoke one sixth or .1(6) to nest, hat trick one sixth or .1(6) to half-dozen one sixth or .1(6) to decade, dicker one sixth or .1(6) to dozen one sixth or .1(6) to baker's dozen one sixth or .1(6) to score one sixth or .1(6) to flock one sixth or .1(6) to shock one sixth or .1(6) to hundred one sixth or .1(6) to great hundred one sixth or .1(6) to gross one sixth or .1(6) to thousand one sixth or .1(6) to great gross
Units: unit, point (1)  / pair, brace, yoke  / nest, hat trick  / half-dozen  / decade, dicker  / dozen  / baker's dozen  / score  / flock  / shock  / hundred  / great hundred  / gross  / thousand  / great gross
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Percentages and Parts

 one sixth or .1(6) to percent (%) one sixth or .1(6) to permille (‰) one sixth or .1(6) to parts per million (ppm) one sixth or .1(6) to parts per billion (ppb)
Units: percent (%)  / permille (‰)  / parts per million (ppm)  / parts per billion (ppb)
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Fractions

This section answers a question like "How many one sevenths are there in 1 half?". To get an answer enter 1 under half and see the result under 1/7. See if you can use this section to find out how many one-sixths are there in 15 one-nineths.
 one sixth or .1(6) to half or .5 (1/2) one sixth or .1(6) to one third or .(3) (1/3) one sixth or .1(6) to quart, one forth or .25 (1/4) one sixth or .1(6) to tithe, one fifth or .2 (1/5) one sixth or .1(6) to one sixth or .1(6) (1/6) one sixth or .1(6) to one seventh or .142857 (1/7) one sixth or .1(6) to one eights or .125 (1/8) one sixth or .1(6) to one ninth or .(1) (1/9) one sixth or .1(6) to one tenth or .1 (1/10) one sixth or .1(6) to one sixteenth or .0625 (1/16) one sixth or .1(6) to one thirty-second or .03125 (1/32)
Units: half or .5 (1/2)  / one third or .(3) (1/3)  / quart, one forth or .25 (1/4)  / tithe, one fifth or .2 (1/5)  / one sixth or .1(6) (1/6)  / one seventh or .142857 (1/7)  / one eights or .125 (1/8)  / one ninth or .(1) (1/9)  / one tenth or .1 (1/10)  / one sixteenth or .0625 (1/16)  / one thirty-second or .03125 (1/32)
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Metric Prefixes

These prefixes are widely used in Metric System. They apply to any unit, so if you ever see, e.g. kiloapple, you know it's 1000 apples.
 one sixth or .1(6) to quecto (q) one sixth or .1(6) to ronto (r) one sixth or .1(6) to yocto (y) one sixth or .1(6) to zepto (z) one sixth or .1(6) to atto (a) one sixth or .1(6) to femto (f) one sixth or .1(6) to pico (p) one sixth or .1(6) to nano (n) one sixth or .1(6) to micro (µ, mc) one sixth or .1(6) to milli (m) one sixth or .1(6) to centi (c) one sixth or .1(6) to deci (d) one sixth or .1(6) to deka (da) one sixth or .1(6) to hecto (h) one sixth or .1(6) to kilo (k) one sixth or .1(6) to mega (M) one sixth or .1(6) to giga (G) one sixth or .1(6) to tera (T) one sixth or .1(6) to peta (P) one sixth or .1(6) to exa (E) one sixth or .1(6) to zetta (Z) one sixth or .1(6) to yotta (Y) one sixth or .1(6) to ronna (R) one sixth or .1(6) to quetta (Q)
Units: quecto (q)  / ronto (r)  / yocto (y)  / zepto (z)  / atto (a)  / femto (f)  / pico (p)  / nano (n)  / micro (µ, mc)  / milli (m)  / centi (c)  / deci (d)  / deka (da)  / hecto (h)  / kilo (k)  / mega (M)  / giga (G)  / tera (T)  / peta (P)  / exa (E)  / zetta (Z)  / yotta (Y)  / ronna (R)  / quetta (Q)
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Number of Performers

 one sixth or .1(6) to solo one sixth or .1(6) to duet one sixth or .1(6) to trio one sixth or .1(6) to quartet one sixth or .1(6) to quintet one sixth or .1(6) to sextet one sixth or .1(6) to septet one sixth or .1(6) to octet
Units: solo  / duet  / trio  / quartet  / quintet  / sextet  / septet  / octet

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