The numerator is greater than the denominator.
If the numerator is a multiple of the denominator, it's a whole number. If not, it's a mixed number.
A mixed number is a combination of an integer and a proper fraction.
3.83 as a mixed number is written 3 and 83/100
An improper fraction is a ratio of two integers in which the absolute value of the numerator is largerr than the denominator. A mixed number is a number that comprises two parts: an integer part and a part that is a proper fraction.
When it can be expressed as a fraction
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Yes, in any proper fraction, the numerator is the number at the top of the fraction, while the number at the bottom of the fraction is the denominator.
If the remainder is 0 when you divide the numerator by the denominator, then the improper fraction it is not in the simplest form, and you cannot convert it to a mixed number. For example, 10/2 is an improper fraction, and its reduced form is 5/1. 57/10 is an improper fraction in the simplest form, and we can convert it to a mixed number such as 5 7/10. it tells you that the improper fraction reduces to a whole number: 9/3 10/2 is equal to 3 and 5 respectively
If the decimal stops or repeats, it can be written as a fraction. If it goes on randomly forever, it can't.
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divide the numerator (top number of the fraction) by the denominator (bottom number of the fraction)
The bottom number in a fraction (the denominator) Tells you how many pieces A whole is cut up into.