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# When you take away the whole from you there is always some left what are you?

Updated: 9/23/2023

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13 ÷ 4 = 3 r1 (the r means remainder) Therefore, 4 divides into 13, 3 times and the remainder is 1

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Q: When you take away the whole from you there is always some left what are you?
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### What is that when you take away the whole you still have some left over?

Whole some. You take away the whole and there are still SOME left over

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### What is it from which you can take away the whole and still have some left or take away some and still the whole left?

Whole- - - - (take away the some) wholesome whole THE ANSWER IS IN THE RIDDLE FOR CRYING OUT LOUD :'( :D your welcome!

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### What is it when you take away the whole ---- you still have some left over?

When you take away the whole and still have some left over it is because you divided the word "wholesome" in two.

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### If You can take the whole and still have some left you can take away some and still have some left what is it?

The word "Wholesome"

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WHOLESOME!! :)

### What is it when you take a whole away and there is some left over?

A fraction of a whole, or others why known as a decimal number.

### What is it that when you take the whole away you still have some left over?

It is called the Remainder.

### Need answer to a riddle when you take away the whole from me there is always some left what am i?

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."