If the top number is larger than the bottom number, it is greater than 1.
WE just have to check if the numerator is greater than the denominator. Eg: 8/3 is an improper fraction. Every mixed fraction is an improper fraction.
If the numerator is greater than or less than one half of the denominator. For example, 7/16 is less because 7 is less than half of 16.
If each side of the equation is a fraction, then it is a proportion.
You don't. An improper fraction is greater than or equal to one. A proper fraction is less than one. Therefore, you can't just convert one into the other.
A negative and a fraction are both less than one. A fraction is a negative. When you order fractions and negatives greatest to least just put the negative first.
make them improper fractions and convert them to have the lowest common denominator. At that point you can just directly compare the numerators to see which is larger.
i don't think so because the mixed number should come out larger the the proper fraction, unless your just looking at the fraction.
An improper fraction is something like 7/5, or seven fifths. If it was something like this, 1 2/5, or one and two fifths, it would be a compound number.
Yes, but this is true of not just unit fractions but any positive number.
If it is a fraction, then it is a fraction. You just have to deal with it!
No. Definitely not if the lines intersected near their means.
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