Q: A part of one whole thing in math?

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One of the basic axioms of maths is "The whole is greater than the part"

In math one or more "parts" equal a whole and in theatre the "parts" make up the whole play.

the whole is 8. one part is 3. what is the other part?

Acting is one of the few worthwhile careers where you can probably get along without a whole lot of math.

Decimals are used when representing numbers that are not whole. Such as 1.5, which equals one and one half.

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One of the basic axioms of maths is "The whole is greater than the part"

In math one or more "parts" equal a whole and in theatre the "parts" make up the whole play.

When you divide a whole into 1 equal part, the whole is the one and only equal part

lets use lip-stick for an example. When applying the lipstick you don't put one whole lipstick tub on your lips. you use a fractional part of the lipstick tube and not a whole tube.

One fourth means fourth part of an unit, it can be measure as 1/4

Integers is one such set.

look it up one Youtube usually it will be in parts but it works out if you follow each part by part.

A ray in math is a part of a line that has one end point

-- Cut the whole thing into three identical pieces. -- Each piece is one third of the whole thing. -- If the whole thing is a number, divide the number by 3 to find one third of it.

you can not simplify fractions when one of the ( whole or part) numbers can not be divided by and thing like 11 over 17 could NOT be simplified

No. A proportion is the relationship of one part of something to the whole thing. If X is a fifth of Y, this must be a positive value.

A portion or part of a whole which is less than the whole but which can form a unit in itself. You cannot have a piece of water because it cannot form a unit on its own because it is not solid.