There are 5 halves in 10 whole ones.
There are two halves in a whole. If you multiply 2 by 10 you get the answer 20.
7 of them.
Six whole halves. Each whole has two halves making it, 6(wholes)x2(#of halves in whole)= 12. 12 halves in 6 wholes.
18 because 18/2 = 9
At least 628.
There are Four quarters that make up a whole number one. This meaning that with twenty quarters you will get 5 whole ones
12/3 = 4 whole ones.
Half a hole is still a hole, so the answer is five!
10 / (1/2) = 10* (2/1) = 20
An estimate of this should lead directly to an answer. Six is equal to six times one. That's kinda obvious, but we need to look at the one. One half will go into that one about two times, so there are about two halves in a one. Since there are six ones in a six and two halves in a one there must be six times two halves in a six. That's about twelve halves. Six is equal to six times one or six ones. There are two one halves in a one, or two halves in a one. As there are two halves in a one and there are six ones in a six, there are two times six halves in a six. There are about twelve halves in a six.
Each "whole one" is made of 5 fifths. Therefore 5 whole ones will contain 25 fifths.
Each whole has two halfs, so there are 18 halves in 9 wholes
Four tens and two ones.
In the whole game, I'm not sure. The ones that give you badges, there are 8. In the Elite Four, there are 5 including Wallace at the end.(Only in Emerald)
There are eight eighths in a whole, that is why they call them eighths. You will find three thirds, four fourths, seventeen seventeenths, and and infinite number of infinitessimally small numbers all fit comfortably within the context of a whole. Such is the theory, or law, rather, of fractions.
Four interior ones and four exterior ones ... just like any other quadrilateral.