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Q: How can you tell a fraction is equal to one?

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A fraction is equal to one if its denominator and numerator are equal.

The denominator is double the numerator.

The numerator and the denominator equal each other.

Any fraction divided by an equivalent fraction will always equal one.Any fraction divided by an equivalent fraction will always equal one.Any fraction divided by an equivalent fraction will always equal one.Any fraction divided by an equivalent fraction will always equal one.

If the fraction has a greater numerator than the denominator than the fraction is greater than one If the fraction has a numerator less than the denominator than the fraction is less than one If the numerator and the denominator are the same numbers than the fraction is equal to one **The numerator is the top number; the denominator is the bottom number**

One fifth is a fraction, so it's equal to one fifth or 1/5.

When you make the fraction: 21 over 1 it is equal to the whole # 21

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One trapezoid is 1 and, as a fraction, that is 1/1

if the fraction is 1/1 its one whole

No.

if the value above the line of the fraction is greater than or equal to the value below the lin, then the fraction is equal to or greater than 1 whole.

A reciprocal.

As long as the top number is equal to the bottom number, the fraction is equal to one.

There are an infinite number of fractions that equal one-fourth.

a fraction that has a numerator equal to the denominator is one: a fraction who's numerator is greater that the denominator is an improper fraction.

No, but 25% would be equal to a fraction of one-fourth. 20% would be equal to a fraction of one-fifth. So 20.4% would be equal to a fraction closer to one-fifth only slightly bigger. The exact fraction for 20.4% is 204/1000 which when reduced to its simplest form would equal 51/250

You have infinite answers for this one, A fraction is a number divide by an other one, if the answers of that number don't equal 1/3 or 0,333333333333333333333333333333333 then that fraction won't equal one third.

one sixth

one eighth

You can't unless the numerators are equal. In that case, the fraction with the larger denominator is smaller.

The numerator tells you how many parts out of a denominator-number of equal parts the fraction represents.

No. That will only be the case if the fraction has not been simplified.

Reduced to a vulgar fraction in its lowest terms, 12.5% is equal to 1/8, or one eighth.

One fraction that is equal to 6 over 7 is 12 over 14.