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# What fractional part of a whole is the largest?

Updated: 9/23/2023

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11y ago

One 1th (1/1) of it is. That's the size of each piece

when the whole remains in one piece.

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### What is a whole number with the fractional part attached?

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### What is the difference of the whole numbers and decimals number?

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