Whole some. You take away the whole and there are still SOME left over
Whole- - - - (take away the some) wholesome whole THE ANSWER IS IN THE RIDDLE FOR CRYING OUT LOUD :'( :D your welcome!
When you take away the whole and still have some left over it is because you divided the word "wholesome" in two.
The word "Wholesome"
It is called the Remainder.
A fraction of a whole, or others why known as a decimal number.
A ring doughnut
The word "wholesome."
Sometimes the whole/hole homophone pair is exploited in spoken (not written) riddles. They might be saying, "take away the hole." Another possibility is "infinity" whereby an infinite number of objects can be removed from an infinite set to leave behind a still-infinite set. This would be a dodgy stretch of meaning for "whole."
The whole pizza is still there. You just cut it in half.
No. Throw it away.
A prism, by definition, has a cross section that is congruent to its base. So you cannot take it away without taking the whole prism away!
no if you buy the whole store your still going to have like a hundred credits left
spell the word ten, you are still taking away six, but nine are left.
The whole number goes to the left of the decimal point.The whole number goes to the left of the decimal point.The whole number goes to the left of the decimal point.The whole number goes to the left of the decimal point.
As far as I know, they are still going as a whole. See the Web Link to the left.
no the whole universe explode but if you are at a dirrerent planet you might still live but all of the planets might explode............
Two halves equal: One whole. Minus one quarter from the 'one whole', equals: Three fourths If you think of it in u.s. money, two halves .50 cent pieces, equals a total of one whole dollar. If you take a quarter, 1/4 away, you have 3 quarters left. Since 4 quarters make up a whole dollar, by taking away one of the quarters, you are left with 3 quarters. In fraction terms, your left with: 3/4 Hope that answers your question :o)