You simply multiply the numerator and the denominator by any non-zero integer.
It is called "writing a fraction as an equivalent fraction with a larger denominator"!
When the number is larger than 1.
First, find the comman demoniater for all three. Then add the three numerators together and place the total over the common denominator. Next, reduce this new fraction if possible. Lastly, if the numerator is larger than the denominator, make a mixed number of it by dividing the denominator into the larger numerator.
It depends on how you need to compare them. If you want to know which one is larger, just look at the denominator - a smaller denominator means a larger number. If you need to add or subtract them, the only thing you can do is make the denominators equal.
No, a proper fraction has a numerator smaller than the denominator.
When the fractions are converted to equivalent fractions with the same denominator the one with the larger numerator is the larger fraction.
You Ned to find a larger common denominator or multiply the denominators to gain a common denominator.
Not always. If one denominator is a multiple of the other, the LCD will be the larger one.
If the numerator is larger than the denominator.
The is no "largest" common denominator. For any denominator you find, we can multiply it by a natural number and come up with a larger one. Do you mean LEAST COMMON DENOMINATOR?