Ten fifths make two wholes.
One whole and two fifths
There are ten fifths to two wholes. For example, a whole pie is cut into five slices. Each slice is one fifth of the whole pie. If you have two pies then you must have 5 x 2 = 10 slices (or ten fifths of two pies).
It is 27/5.
Ten wholes is ten - period. Three fifths is 60% or .60. Ten divided by .60 is 16.666, or more familiarly, sixteen and two thirds.
There are ten tenths in a whole. Therefore: 10 X 2 = 20 (twenty tenths in two wholes).
Two fifths of a half makes a fifth.
How many thirds are there in two wholes
Well, two whole are 10 fifths, and add them to the 3 you allready have, you get 13 fifths.
10/3 + 17/5 = 50/15 + 51/15 = 101/15 = 6 and 11/15
4/10 is the answer
there is five-fifths in one. ten-fifths in two, so there are five two-fifths in two.
14 of them.
There are 400 metres in two-fifths of a kilometre.
1 fifth and 2 fifths