Yes, a prime number can be used in a fraction. For example, 7/9, where 7 is the prime number. Or 7/13, where both are prime numbers.
40 out of 103 is a fraction. Prime numbers are whole numbers. A fraction cannot be a prime number, so 40 out of 103 is not a prime number.
Sometimes it can. For example, 3/6 is a fraction with a prime numerator. The fraction can be simplified to 1/2.
No, 19 is prime and if you ever have a prime number in a fraction, the fraction can not be further simplified (reduced).
No - prime numbers are integers - a fraction cannot be a prime number.
It could be a fraction or an irrational number.
The top number of a fraction is the numerator. The bottom number is the denominator. In the fraction 1/5, the number 1 is the numerator, and the number 5 is the denominator.
Equivalent fraction match * * * * * Yes, if the denominator is a multiple of the numerator. For example, 7/35 = 1/5
Yes, if the denominator is a multiple of the numerator. No, if not.
a number with only 2 factors (1 and itself ) is called a prime number
The question makes no sense: any fraction IS a number. So there is nothing to find!