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Q: How many halves make up one whole?

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twenty. Two halves make one whole. So in ten wholes there are 10 x 2 = 20 halves.

yes, in the mathematical sense. In a practical sense, perhaps not. A half dozen eggs and a half gallon of milk does not make a whole of anything. Neither does two shank halves of ham make a whole ham nor two half-sisters make one whole sister.

2 … there are two 'halves' in a 'whole'

It takes two halves of anything to make a whole one.

2 halves make a whole. So if you have one half then you need another one to make it a whole. 1/2 + 1/2 = 1

Four quarter-notes is one whole note. There are two halves in one whole.

Two halves is the same as a whole, in other words two halves equals one. In symbols, 2/2=1. So the question is how many fourths equal 1? The answer is 4/4 =1.

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One whole plus one half is 3 halves or 1 1/2.

1 plus 1 equals one when you put two smaller things together which are both halves and they equal 1 whole when you put them together in a whole that is the size of both of the halves together for example if you put 1 half of a sandbox and another half of a sandbox together they make a whole sandbox that is totally full.

Ten and 1/2 of them.

15 * * * * * 2 of them

eight eghts make a whole

There are two halves in one so there are 15 halves in 7 1/2

Eight one eights make a whole.

20 calories for a whole pecan. They're usually served as halves, so 10 each.

Quarter means one fourth, four of them equal one whole complete thing. 2 halves is one whole, and 4 quarters is one whole.

Each whole is two halves, so eight wholes are sixteen halves. Adding one half makes the total seventeen halves. Reducing this, of course, is simply eight and one-half.

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Two halves equal: One whole. Minus one quarter from the 'one whole', equals: Three fourths If you think of it in u.s. money, two halves .50 cent pieces, equals a total of one whole dollar. If you take a quarter, 1/4 away, you have 3 quarters left. Since 4 quarters make up a whole dollar, by taking away one of the quarters, you are left with 3 quarters. In fraction terms, your left with: 3/4 Hope that answers your question :o)

There are two halves in one. a half (1/2) is 1 out of two

8 wholes with one half left over

The question needs more detail. One whole what?

You are supposed to saw the wood in half. Two halves make a whole. You jump through the "hole" and you're out. In elementary, there was a similar one, but it was with a mirror and a table. You look in the mirror you see what you saw. You take the saw. Then you saw the table in half. Two halves make a whole. You jump through the hole and you're out.