four fifths must be added to make it whole
There are five fifths in one whole.
5, hence the term "one fifth"
One-fifth and four-fifths makes a whole.
5 times 1/5 = 1
Each "whole one" is made of 5 fifths. Therefore 5 whole ones will contain 25 fifths.
There are: 5
Two fifths, this is because 5 fifths is the whole and if you already have 3 fifths you just need 2 more to make 5.
5 fifths is one whole 5x 4 = 20 fifths = 4 wholes
there are five fifths in one whole
One divided by one fifth equals five.
One whole minus two fifths is three fifths.
One whole and two fifths
There are five fifths in a whole.Think about it this way:Divide an apple into five equal parts.Each part is one fifth of the whole apple.There are five fifths in one whole. This whole can be an apple, an pear, actually anything, even numbers.1/5 is one fifth.Its decimal representation is : 0.20.2 multiply by 5 and you get 1, one whole number one.A fifth is a fraction of a whole number and is written as 1/5.Therefore 1/5+1/5+1/5+1/5+1/5= 5/5 or five fifths which is one whole number.Or said differently, 5/5 equals 1.
2/5+3/5 = 1
6. (There are five fifths in one, and another fifth would make 6 all together.)
Five fifths is one.
One is five fifths. Five fifths and four fifths is nine fifths.
5/5 is a whole, therefore is you have 3/5 you need another 2/5 to make it 5/5.
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).