No. For any given fraction, you can find whole numbers that are more than, and whole numbers that are less than, the fraction. For example, if your fraction is 5/2 (equal to 2 1/2), 2 is less, and 3 is more, than this fraction.
You can tell if a fraction is less than 1% if the denominator of the fraction has its decimal place moved to the right 2 times and is less than the numerator it is less than 1 percent.
Any fraction where the numerator is larger than the denominator (improper fraction.) 3/2 can also be written as 1 1/2.
Any fraction larger than 1/2 like 5/8 or 7/11.
17/(2*17+2) = 17/36
An improper fraction (3/2) greater than (2/2)
If the numerator (the top number) is larger than the denominator (bottom number) then the fraction is greater than 1 If the denominator is greater than the numerator, then the fraction is less than 1
any fraction with the form (n)/(n+1) as long as n>2
It is 6/15.
2/5 is 60% more than 1/4 .
Two and one half is more than one, so it could be represented by both a mixed fraction (a fraction with a whole number and then a fraction), or an improper fraction (with the numerator being bigger than the denominator). Mixed = 2 1/2 Improper = 5/2 Of course, it could also be written as 2 2/4 or 10/4, because when you simplify it, the result is still the same. Please make your question more detailed if this did not answer it.
3/4, 5/6, 7/8
If the denominator is more than double the numerator, the number is less than 1/2
A fraction can be larger than 1, for example, 4/2 is a fraction (which can be simplified to 2). Only a fraction that is larger than 1, multiplied by another number gives you a larger number.
There are infinitely many options. 2/3, 3/4, 4/5 etc are all bigger than 1/2.
here is one...........3 1/2 it is more than one and less than well..........what ever have fun figuring it out!!
Any fraction where the numerator is less than the denominator but more than half its size is a correct answer. There are an infinite number of them.
A proper fraction is defined as a fraction that is less than one.
subtract 1 from it once (use whatever denominator it has over it self as one to make things easier). if the number is negative, it's less than 1. subtract 1 again if it was positive. if it's negative this time, the original number was less than 2. if positive, it was more than 2
Assuming the fractions are 2/15 and 4/25 rather than "2 and 15" which is not a fraction, the answer is no.