Add a positive number - fraction or integer - to the given fraction.
Divide the prime number.
To find an equivalent fraction, you need to make the denomiator the same number. and whatever you multiplied the bottom by you do it to the top number too.
To simplify a fraction, you find a number that can be divided by the fraction you are simplifying. sometimes this does not always work and the fraction can not be simplified.
Any whole number can be expressed as a fraction by putting it over 1.
There are an infinite number of equivalents for any fraction.
you find the highest number that goes into both the numerator and the denominatior and divide both by that number.
you have to find out how far the number is from zero
You can multiply is numerator and denominator by the same number
Everywhere. Each and every point on a number line is a fraction and also a decimal.
Any whole number n, can be expressed in the form of a rational fraction, as n/1.
Least Common Denominator - pay attention to the lower number in the fraction, if the number on the top of the fraction can divide the lower number (evenly) than you have not reached the LCD.
Get the denominator to be 100.
It means that you find out the size of part of the number but not all of it.
Any number that can't be expressed as a fraction is irrational
Invert the fraction and multiply.
If the mixed number is x y/z then the improper fraction is (xz + y)/z
-- First, find the line in the middle of the fraction. -- Then look under the line. The number you find down there is the denominator.
You multiply the number by the required fraction. For example, to find 3/4 of 76calculate 76*(3/4) = 57
no, because there is an infinite number of possibilities
The answer depends on the number whose fraction you are trying to find.
When the denominator of the fraction is a simple multiple of 2s and 5s.
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Divide the numerator (the top number) by the denominator (the bottom number) and you will get a decimal number.