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Q: What mathematical operation does a fraction represent?

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Divide (by)

Divison

Yes, that is a perfectly valid mathematical operation.

An obelus is a symbol consisting of a short horizontal line with a dot above and below, often used to represent the mathematical operation of division.

an operation that reverses the effect of the equation

Braces are these {} and in mathematics it signifies one of many things. It may represent a "Set". It may represent an operation - enclosed within it - that has to be done and evaluated before proceeding to the next level of nesting etc., etc.

Division, multiplication, addition and subtraction are all mathematical operations.

An expression.

It's simply an alternative way to write the same fraction. For example, an equivalent fraction for 1/2 could be 2/4, 3/6 or 12/24. They all represent the same value (one half) - just not in its simplest form.

Formula

The mathematical operation of multiplication.

Algebraic expressions is a mathematical phrase that contains operations numbers or variables.

An inverse operation is the opposite action of mathematical operation. for instance you would replace + with -

it is a varible

The variable "a" can be given to any number, fraction or mathematical value.

Reciprocal !

An expression

subtraction

Division by "?" is not a legitimate mathematical operation!

No it isn't.

No because the four main mathematical operations are division, multiplication, addition and subtraction.

Multiplying by the reciprocal of the fraction.

The mathematical term of pi is approximated equal to 22/7. :)

Mathematical models are increasingly being used nowadays to represent almost anything that scientists wish to examine. Therefore there is very likely to already be a mathematical model for a human heart. So the answer is yes.

Fractions do not have answers unless they are part of an actual mathematical equation.A fraction on its own is simply a fraction,nothing more.