Two halves is the same as a whole, in other words two halves equals one. In symbols, 2/2=1. So the question is how many fourths equal 1? The answer is 4/4 =1.
halves are 2 pieces of a whole combine together to make a whole if you cut a half from a whole you get half. if that makes sense to you
4. 4/4 = 1
there are 2 whole bagels and three-fourths of a third bagels. write a mixed number that represents the amount of bagels
Four Fourths IS a whole...
4 fourths in a whole
Six whole halves. Each whole has two halves making it, 6(wholes)x2(#of halves in whole)= 12. 12 halves in 6 wholes.
2 halves make a whole
Two halves make a whole. Or You have two halves!?
Three-fourths and one-fourth make a whole.
Four of them.
Four of them because 4/4 = 1
There are 4 fourths in a whole. 1 x 4/4 = 4/4
twenty. Two halves make one whole. So in ten wholes there are 10 x 2 = 20 halves.
There are two halves in a whole. If you multiply 2 by 10 you get the answer 20.
There are 5 halves in 10 whole ones.
Three fourths is a fraction. It is NOT a whole number and cannot be represented by one. It is as simple as that.
4 are u an idiot ?!? There are 4 fourths in 1 whole.
Each whole is two halves, so eight wholes are sixteen halves. Adding one half makes the total seventeen halves. Reducing this, of course, is simply eight and one-half.
one-fourths + three-fourths = four-fourths = one whole
The answer to this question is 6 and six-fourths. If you simplify it, then it's 6 and three halves, or 7 and 1/2. First, you have to add the two whole numbers, which equal 6. Next, you have to add the fractions. Since we have the same denominator, we just have to add the numerators, so 3+3=6.
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)
two halves make a whole... what do you think???
six and three-fourths