There are 40 eights in 5.
5 / (1/8) = 5*(8/1) = 40
The answer, in fraction form, could be expressed as 520/13.
12/3 = 4 whole ones.
Not all numbers. Only the whole numbers ... the ones you count with ... with no fraction or decimal part in them.
By ones By twos By fours By eights By tens By twenties By fourty (if you want to count that one)
Well its 6 whole ones and the top should be 68 and the bottom one hundred then you must simplify that
If you have 3 and you want to show this in an improper fraction in thirds, you have to get 1 whole one into thirds, which is 3/3 and then times it by three whole ones which is 9/3. The answer is 9 thirds!
The -th suffix is used to represent a fraction of a whole.Any digit in the ones place represents wholes, not a fraction of a whole; thus it is the ones and not the oneths place.Because it is to the left of the decimal point.Only the places to the right of the decimal place have the -th suffix which represents a fraction of a whole.The ones place is to the left of the decimal point, so it does not have the -th suffix.
There are 0.06 of them.