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Not quite. A pint is a half of a quart, or QUARTer-gallon. A "fifth" is a fifth of a gallon, so a pint is an eighth of a gallon, while a half of a fifth would be one-tenth.

One half minus one fifth is 3 tenths

The term "a fifth" refers to one fifth of a gallon. One fifth of a gallon = 750ml. Therefore, a fifth of Hennessy = One 750ml bottle of Hennessy. :-)

A fifth is considerably smaller than a half. A half is also equal to five tenths, which compares to a fifth which is two tenths. Five is larger than two.

One half of one fifth is one tenth. You just 'double' the denominator if you want to get half of the fraction.

15 and one half divided by 2 and one fifth = 7.5

An octave is not a fifth. A fifth is any interval of exactly 7 half-steps. An octave is any interval of exactly 12 half-steps.

The answer depends on two fifth of WHAT!

one half

yes,rick will do a camp half blood series after the fifth Percy book

quarter x half x fifth = fortieth so the answer is 5

A half mile.

One half is bigger.

No, half of 1/4 would be 1/8th.

Yes. (there are 2.5 fifths in a half).

12

"fifth".

seven-tenths

one fifth

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almost 1 and a half

A fifth is 1/5 of a gallon. Therefore, 2.5 fifths would be half a gallon.

One fifth of 80 is 16. Half of 60 is 30 so 16+30=46 Hope this helps!!! Audrey S

30 work inside out. 12000 /2 = 6000 (one-half) 6000/5 = 1200 (one-fifth of one-half) 1200/4 = 300 (one-fourth of one-fifth of one-half) 300/10 = 30 (one-tenth of one-fourth of one-fifth of one-half) OR you could also do it like this: 12000 / (10*4*5*2) (solving the brackets first) 12000 / (40*10) 12000 / 400 30 (the answer) 30 work inside out. 12000 /2 = 6000 (one-half) 6000/5 = 1200 (one-fifth of one-half) 1200/4 = 300 (one-fourth of one-fifth of one-half) 300/10 = 30 (one-tenth of one-fourth of one-fifth of one-half) OR you could also do it like this: 12000 / (10*4*5*2) (solving the brackets first) 12000 / (40*10) 12000 / 400 30 (the answer)

I think they are played in half, first and second position depending on which scale you're playing. Let the bass player answer. Scales are played in half, first, second, third, fourth, fifth and in fifth and a half positions, as well as the harmonic, depending on what scale you are doing and how many octives. If you are doing a one octave scale, it will most likely be all in first position and maybe in half position. If you are doing a two octave scale (or more), that is when you get into the higher positions, such as fourth, fifth and fifth and a half positions.