Six whole halves. Each whole has two halves making it, 6(wholes)x2(#of halves in whole)= 12. 12 halves in 6 wholes.
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.
Six wholes can be split into 12 halves
half of six is three -so there are six halves in three.
There are three halves in six fourths because 6/4 reduces to 3/2.
Three of them.
Six of them.
You can make 3 wholes
There are nine sixths because one whole equals six sixths and one half equals three sixths. So, six sixths plus three sixths equals nine sixths! Hope I helped!
one six, like 6
There are six sixths in a whole. In terms of numbers, 6/6 = 1.
52 has six whole factors.
Six of anything divided by three is two of the same thing.
3 thirds are in one whole
six and one half = 13/2 or thirteen halves
Six, but only the lower halves of each is still there. The upper halves, which contained the computers and quarters for the landing crew, was also used by the crew to leave the moon.
If the breasts are without bone you get three. Or six halves. If they have bones you probably get two.
there were four main ones and six other ones after that so 10 altogether
There are 18.