Q: 2 boards are cut into fifths how many pieces are there?

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Five. Anything cut into fifths will produce five pieces.

Cut a cake into 5 equal pieces. Take out 2 pieces. The remainder looks like three fifths. On an analogue clock face, it is the bigger angle between 12 o'clock and 36 minutes. 3/5

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10 pieces

it was cut into 28 pieces

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Five. Anything cut into fifths will produce five pieces.

. ONE . "how many boards can you cut from it ?" depends on how big the tree is and how big the boards are.

Cut a cake in 5 pieces. Take out 4 pieces. The one piece is a one fifth and the four pieces is the 5 fifths.

Lets see... Jill has 5 boards and cut each board into 4 pieces. 5x4=20 So she now has 20 pieces but she doesn't stop there. Jill uses 11 pieces for a project. 20-11=9 So she has 9 boards out of the original 20 boards remaining. 9/20 should be the correct answer.

The size of the whole thing doesn't matter. If you cut it into more pieces, then each piece has to be smaller. And if you cut it into fewer pieces, than the pieces are bigger.

Cut a cake into 5 equal pieces. Take out 2 pieces. The remainder looks like three fifths. On an analogue clock face, it is the bigger angle between 12 o'clock and 36 minutes. 3/5

You can you cut out pieces of boards or flat peices of metal or even sticks!

No. A fifth is bigger because the pieces are bigger, rather than an eighth would have to be cut into smaller pieces.

one fifth is 3.2m. so one three-fifths piece is 9.6m and the two-fifths piece is 5.4m

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10 pieces

From the Papa Ginos Website: large 14" -- cut in 8 pieces small 10" cut in 6 pieces rustic cut in 12 pieces