There are ten tenths in one whole. Therefore, 10 + 5 = 15 tenths.
There are five tenths in a half. 5/10 = 1/2
2 and a half 10/4=2.5
15. ten in one, half that in a half.
Ten tenths equal 1. So to find half of that, devide both sides by 2; you end up with 5 tenths equal one half.
Five one tenths make one half. 5*(1/10) = 0.5 = 1/2
Three quarters is equal to seven and a half tenths.
There are two and a half tenths in .25
3 halves are in 3 five tenths.
If you assume that number 1 equals 10, then there are ten tenths in this. If you take the number up to 3.5, then this would be 35 tenths. However, if you are asking how many tenths are there in 3 and a half from the NUMBER 10, then this works out at 2.85.
Nine tenths is greater than one half. If you have a pie and you took half of it away you would have another half of a pie left. If you took nine tenths of a pie away then you would be left with a tiny sliver. Another way to solve it is to make the denominator into ten so if you made one half into tenths it would be five tenths and everyone knows nine is greater than five.
Ten tenths make 1 whole. So 40 tenths make 4 wholes.
half of one whole = 5/10
A half is greater as it's five tenths.
13 tenths, or one and 3 tenths Change one half to five tenths. Change three fifths to six tenths. Add these to two tenths.
Nine tenths minus four tenths is five tenths, which is also a half.