All fractions can be labelled on a number line.
It will be easier to know what to write
As the denominator increases the fraction will be smaller but there is no limit to how tiny that fraction can be. So between any two numbers on the number line, you can have an infinite number of fractions.
Integers are positive and/or negative numbers. Fractions are not integers because they are not originally positive or negative. However, they can both be put on a number line and be considered an integer. Fractions aren't integers unless put on a number line. Integers don't have to be on a number line to be considered an integer.
You draw each of the fractions on the number line, and see which one is more to the right, i.e., greater. Please note that plotting the exact position of fractions this way is a bit imprecise - it is more exact to convert the fractions to a common denominator.
by looking at the denominator
i think it goes on forever
no because in these terms, zero doesn't count as a number :)
You are asked to put the fractions on a number line to help you understand fractions. It isn't so much you will use a number line " in real life" but it gives you a visual representation to help you learn. You will use fractions for many things in life. Just do what what you are asked to do by your teacher they have a reason. You are not the only student in the class and others may need a bit extra assignments to help them understand. Go with the flow. Not all things in life will relate to "real life."
38 is not a fraction.
Because some decimal numbers can't be converted into fractions if they are irrational numbers.
these terms are used to describe fractions. the numerator is the number ABOVE the line. and the denominator is the number BELOW the line.
The similarity is they both use the same strategy to find a answer and the difference is they are worth different amount
Fractions greater than 1 are to the right of 1 and fractions less than 1 are to its left.
The Density Property states that, between two rational numbers on a number line there is another rational number. Mark some fractions on a number line. No matter how dense the number line is, there still is another number between the two numbers.
Fractions are typically drawn/written as one number, the numerator, above a line, and another number, the denominator, below the line.Fractions are often drawn using a forward slash. For example: 1/2.They may also be drawn with a horizontal line (which is less commonly used on computers, where a forward slash is more convenient).
They use a line stright down instead of going across.
There are infinitely many fractions. 0.15666666666682 is one example.
integers are any number number on a number line and do not have fractions or decimals. They could be any thing from -7 to 3 to 10000000000 or -3475848569. Welcome!
whats the the line between fractions
A fraction is written with one number (the numerator) on top of another number (the denominator) with a horizontal line separating them; the number on top is being divided by the number on the bottom. That's what fractions mean. One divided by two is one over two which is one half.