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of the set of whole numbers from 0 to 9, what fraction are odd numbers?

A.1/9
B.1/10
C.5/10
D.9/10

1, 3, 5, 7, 9 = odd numbers

I know that but i do not really understand fractions so that's what i need help with.

OK.

First you have ten numbers, so the denominator of the fraction is 10.

There are 5 odd numbers in this set. That's the numerator.

Since 5 out of 10 numbers are odd, the fraction is 5/10.

thats what i thought but, i understood that the denominator was 9 so i got a lil confused.

THANK U

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