"...three for five" as stated on The Cosby Show is NOT a play on words as the answer on Wiki and other sites notes. It is a historical reference to the three-fifth rule, whereby free black slaves were counted as three-fifths of a white citizen for purposes of allocating congressional representatives among the states (five blacks were counted as three whites). Bill Cosby caveats his statement of equality and solidarity ("all for one and one for all") with the reference to a time in history when this equality did not exist.
Three musketeers. "One for all and all for one!"
One and three eigths
It's a play on words. The first time I saw it was on The Cosby show. Read "Three FOUR Five" instead of "Three for Five" and you see the little joke they were making. It works on a couple of levels, not just the pun, but also mixes in a little sports style cliche along with the Three musketeers quote.
one and three-eights
three and one fourth
No. Five sixths is not between one half and three fourths.
1 and one half
Which one? The one in Act One or the one in Act Three or the one in Act Five, or the feud which started it all?
The greatest common factor, or GCF of the numbers three and five is one. Both three and five are prime numbers.
A pentagon has fives sides, or if you mean a three dimensional shape, a pyramid has five sides, four triangular and one square.
The decimal for three and sixty five one hundredths is 3.65.
Five ninths times three fifths is one third.
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It is: "One and three quarters or one point seven five "
Two and five eighths
three point one four one five nine two six five three five eight nine seven nine three two three eight four six two six.
Five one is a type of rotation or strategy a team uses. It can also be compared to a "line up". It means that there are five hitters (spikers) and one setter. Ideally, the one setter has five choices of who to set the ball to at all times, and these five hitters also pass the ball.
5 over 55
If one is actually five and you add three how much do you have? Eight " 8 "
one and three eights
five and one quarter
"three and five tenths" "three and one half" "three point five"
One and three fourths divided by five eighths = 24/5