Things That Come in Fives?

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Five is an interesting number because it is a prime number and is also part of the Fibonacci sequence (1, 1, 2, 3, 5). There are so many things that come in fives!

Perhaps the easiest to recognize are the five fingers you have on each of your hands. Or, the five toes on each foot. Humans even have 5 senses! But, the number 5 appears in many other places. A pentagon has 5 sides and a pentagram has 5 points. Apples have 5 seeds and related plants in the rose family usually have 5 petals. Some starfish have 5 arms. The Olympic symbol has 5 circles and basketball teams have 5 players on the court at a time. There is the Fantastic Five comic book series and 5 written vowels in the English alphabet. Oddly, enough, five is made up of four letters, though.
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There are a lot of things that come in fives. Fingers come in fives. Toes come in fives. Dollar bills come in fives. Coins come in fives. The list is endless!
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