Q: Can zero be put into a fraction?

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When the remainder is zero the answer is a whole number. Put that number over 1 for an improper fraction.

Any fraction that has a zero as the numerator equals zero. Any fraction that does not have a zero in the numerator would be a nonzero fraction.

To turn a remainder into a fraction you just put the remainder over the dividend. To turn a remainder into a decimal put a decimal in the divisor and in the answer so far, put a zero, bring the zero down and divide what you now have. If that does not come out evenly add another zero in the dividend and do that until it come out evenly

The rule is if the numerator is zero than the value of the fraction is zero.

The fraction is zero. 0 divided by anything except zero is zero.

"Zero point" is 0. It is an integer, not a fraction.

-9 over anything but zero is a fraction. Division by zero is undefined.

You can't change a fraction when the numerator is zero because no matter what the denominator is the fraction is still zero. A zero denominator is not allowed because you cannot divide by zero.

put a 1 under the decimal and then a zero for every number after the zero, you get 7/1000 which can't be simplified so that is the answer.

Zero

No.

a value of zero in the denominator makes the fraction undefined

It is any fraction whose numerator is zero and denominator is not zero.

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No, it's zero.

zero.

any fraction

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No. The reason you can multiply a fraction by (x/x) to find an equivalent fraction is because for almost any x, (x/x) = 1. This is not the case for zero. Zero divided by zero does NOT equal 1, so multiplying the fraction by a value not equal to 1 will create a different fraction.

6/1000

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No. A half is a fraction, it is more than zero but it is not a whole number.

The answer depends on the part of the question that is missing.

Division by zero is not possible in arithmetic.