15/5 = the whole number: 3
Three fifths of a piece.
Three-fifths is a fraction and there is no sensible way to represent it as a whole number. The whole part of it is 0.
Three Fifths is not a whole number it's only 60% of a whole.
One whole minus two fifths is three fifths.
One whole and two fifths
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.
It is 1.
Assuming counters = C. 12C = 3/4set. 48C = 3set. 16 = 1 Set.
To the nearest whole number: 3
closer to one
No because an integer is a whole number
3/4 of 12 = 9
Slaves were counted as a whole instead of three fifths and the slaves were a lot cheaper in the time of war. Slaves were counted as a whole instead of three fifths and the slaves were a lot cheaper in the time of war.
Well, two whole are 10 fifths, and add them to the 3 you allready have, you get 13 fifths.
Each "whole one" is made of 5 fifths. Therefore 5 whole ones will contain 25 fifths.
15.6 the whole number of parts goes on the left, the "fraction component" goes on the left. 3/5 equals 6/10, which is why the right side of the decimal is 6.
if 2 counters are 1/4 then what is one whole
As a whole or of a whole?
20c = 1 whole. 80c = 4 whole. 16c = 4/5 whole.