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There are 4 quarters in a whole.
an eighth note is half of one beat in four four time. if you have one eighth rest it would be half of a whole rest. so you would need two eighth rests to make a whole rest
3 thirds are in one whole
Ten. Because lets pretend you had 10 sections, each equaling 1 tenth. You would need 10 tenths to fill in all the sections. Because if you've filled all the sections with 1 te…nth, you have 1 whole. Make sense?
Each "whole one" is made of 5 fifths. Therefore 5 whole ones will contain 25 fifths.
20/4 or 20 times .25 = 5
1 whole is like 100. (100 percent) so let's set out the equation. 1/10 x 100. To make it easier, we CROSS CANCEL. 100 divided by 10 = 10 when we cross cancel the number that f…its into a number is always 1. In this case, the 10 turns into a one because 1 ten fits into 10 and 10 fits into 100 ten times. so now it looks like this: 1/1 x 10, 1/1 =1 so now it is just 1x10 which is 10. So there are 10 tenths in a whole.
24 hours per day X 365 days per year = 8760 hours per year
There are eight eighths in a whole, that is why they call them eighths. You will find three thirds, four fourths, seventeen seventeenths, and and infinite number of infinitess…imally small numbers all fit comfortably within the context of a whole. Such is the theory, or law, rather, of fractions.
a thousand of those thousandths makes one entire whole : )
Just a wild guess, but I'd say 8.
eight eighths in one whole three thirds in one whole four fourths in one whole see the pattern?