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Ten-tenths equal one whole. If you have anything like that, such as 4/4, 5/5, six-sixths, 7-sevenths, etc., it will always equal one whole. Even if the number is fifty-million fifty-millionths, it will still equal one whole. Was that a test question to see how smart people are, or did you seriously not know? Anyway, sorry for all the information. . .but you asked for it!

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Q: What does 10-tenths equal?

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