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Q: How do you find the quotient between fractions?

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Yes, you can.

Fractions are form of a division problem and a quotient is an aswer to one. So a fractions mixed number is a quotient

First add all the fractions together. Then, divide this sum by the total number of fractions that were in the set. This quotient is your average fraction.

fractions divided to quotient

it helps you find the distance between fractions beacause the new name should be an equivalent fraction

The quotient of the two fractions.

No.

In division, the quotient means the answer, the sum, difference, or product.

The quotient of 2/3 is simply 2/3 and the quotient of 3/4 is 3/4 since they are fractions in the most reduced form.

1/3 x 5/2 = 5/6

It can be but need not be.

It need not be. The numbers 1/2 and (-1/2) are both fractions less than 1 but their quotient is -1, which is less than both the fractions.

Yes, but only if the two fractions are the same or equivalent fractions (other than 0).

When dividing two fractions, multiply the first fraction by the second fraction's reciprocal. 2/3 divided by 3/4 = 2/3 x 4/3

An easy method for finding a fraction between two fractions would be to take the average of two fractions. You find the average by adding the two fractions together and then dividing the final sum by 2.

You Find Fractions

All fractions are rational numbers because irrational numbers can't be expressed as fractions

it helps you find the distance between fractions because the new name should be an equivalent fraction. Therefore it should be able to be divided\multiplied by 2 to make the original number.

-- Divide the numerator by the denominator.-- Multiply the quotient by 100 .

They are rational fractions.

There are an infinite number of different fractions between two fractions. If you want the one that's exactly in the middle, half-way between them, there's only one of those. It's called the "average" of the two fractions. Find it like this: -- Add the two fractions together. -- Divide the sum by 2 .

1 over 8, and 1 over 4

There can be no answer because fractions are infinitely dense. Between any two fractions you can find another and between those two - yet another. So there can never be a next because you can always find one in between.

The quotient is 2.

take their averages to find a fraction between 1/4 and 1/3 take [(1/4) + (1/3)]/2 to get 7/24