One whole plus one half is 3 halves or 1 1/2.
100 hundredths are in one whole
By definition, if you have one twelfth, it takes 12 to make a whole.
it would be simplified to one and a half. so draw one full rectangle, or whatever, then draw one rectangle, cut it in half, and shade in one half.
2 halves make a whole
twenty. Two halves make one whole. So in ten wholes there are 10 x 2 = 20 halves.
It takes two halves of anything to make a whole one.
yes, in the mathematical sense. In a practical sense, perhaps not. A half dozen eggs and a half gallon of milk does not make a whole of anything. Neither does two shank halves of ham make a whole ham nor two half-sisters make one whole sister.
15 * * * * * 2 of them
2 … there are two 'halves' in a 'whole'
2 halves make a whole. So if you have one half then you need another one to make it a whole. 1/2 + 1/2 = 1
One example: Together , the two halves made one whole apple .
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.
Ten and 1/2 of them.