The numberator does not have to be less than or equal to the denominator in a fraction.If the numerator is less than the denominator, it is a "proper" fraction.If the numerator is equal to the denominator, it is the integer 1.But the numerator can be bigger than the denominator, and it is then called an improper fraction.
Regular fractions are the fractions with a numerator that is less than the denominator and irregular fractions are fractions with a denominator less than the numerator.
Yes But then you would have to divide the denominator into the numerator and get a mixed number ,then simply 6:4
The two types of fractions are proper fractions, in which the numerator is smaller than the denominator, and improper fractions, in which the numerator is equal to or larger than the denominator.
Actually there's a lot.It could be 1 and a halve but if you are talking about improper fractions then the numerator has to be bigger than the denominator.
There are proper fractions, where the numerator is less than the denominator, and improper fractions where the denominator is greater than or equal to the numerator.
Proper fractions are factions with a numerator lower than the denominator but an improper fraction has a greater numerator than the denominator
1. Proper Fractions where the numerator is less than denominator. 2. Improper Fractions or top-heavy fractions where the numerator is greater than denominator.
Proper fractions ... numerator is less than the denominator. 3/8 Improper fractions ---- numerator is greater than the denominator.
Rule #1 When two fractions have the same denominator, the bigger fraction is the one with the bigger numerator. Rule # 2 When comparing fractions that have the same numerator, the bigger fraction is the one with the smaller denominator. Rule # 3 You can convert the fractions and then just put the greater than, less than or equal to sign to see what the comparison is between the fractions.
Both proper and improper fractions have a numerator and a denominator. In a proper fraction the numerator is always less than the denominator. In an improper function the numerator is greater than the denominator