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There are ten fifths to two wholes.

For example, a whole pie is cut into five slices. Each slice is one fifth of the whole pie. If you have two pies then you must have 5 x 2 = 10 slices (or ten fifths of two pies).

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15 fifths. Because 5/5 (1) times 3 = 15/5. 1 whole = 5 fifths 2 wholes = 10 fifths 3 wholes = 15 fifths

15 fifths are in 3- each whole has 5/5 and there are 3 wholes, so 3 x5 = 15 fifths

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15 fifths are in 3- each whole has 5/5 and there are 3 wholes, so 3 x5 = 15 fifths

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Five wholes and one half. Divide the 11 by 2: 11 ÷ 2 = 5.5

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