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you need to add 3/10 to 7/10 to get 10/10 or 1.

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The denominator. For example: 1/7 is one seventh which means there are 7 parts in 1 whole. In this case you'd have to add 6/7 to it to make 1 whole.

11. Eleven elevenths make one (or a whole).

One whole.

The question needs more detail. One whole what?

Ten 1/10's make one whole.

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The opposite of itself, so you would basically need a thousand thousandths to make one whole.

The first thing you need to do is make the denominators equal.

There is no biggest whole number. You can always add one more.

Starting with what each decimal place is called: .1 one tenth .01 one hundreth .001 one thousanth .0001 one ten-thousanth .00001 one hundred-thousanth .000001 one millionth So, If you have the number: .999999, and add one more...1.000000 you need 1,000,000 (one million) to make a whole.

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5/5 is a whole, therefore is you have 3/5 you need another 2/5 to make it 5/5.

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