Q: What is equal parts of a whole called?

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In math one or more "parts" equal a whole and in theatre the "parts" make up the whole play.

The number in a fraction that tells how many equal parts are in the whole or group is called the denominator. It is the bottom number of the fraction and represents the total number of equal parts that make up the whole.

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One fourth is the same as one quarter. The whole is divided into four equal parts, and one of those equal parts is one fourth.

When their fractional parts are equal.

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A number that describes a part of a set of a part of a whole that is divided into parts is called a fraction. The numerator shows a number of equal parts. The denominator shows how many parts make a whole.

There are an infinite number of equal parts in the whole. If you divide something into four equal parts, there will be four parts in the whole. If you divide something into 100,000 equal parts, there will be 100,00 parts in the whole.

parts of the whole are fractions.

Denominator.

Denominator, whole, etc

In math one or more "parts" equal a whole and in theatre the "parts" make up the whole play.

What Tells How Many Equal Parts There Are In The Whole? Well, I think the answer is... Denominator!!!!!!

The number in a fraction that tells how many equal parts are in the whole or group is called the denominator. It is the bottom number of the fraction and represents the total number of equal parts that make up the whole.

The answer depends on how many equal parts there are.

That is called the denominator, and the top is the numerator.:)

idk tell me

the numerator