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Q: How many positive fractions in the simplest form have denominators of 100?

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Arranged from least to greatest, the numerators and denominators are the times tables of the simplest form.

Yes, that is true. With all positive fractions that can be reduced, the numerator becomes a smaller positive whole number. There is no smaller positive whole number than one, therefore all fractions that have a numerator of 1 are in their simplest form. You can tell if a fraction is in its simplest form by finding the the GCF of the nmerator and the denominator. If the GCF is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form. The GCF of any number and 1 is 1, therefore all fractions that have a numerator of 1 are in their simplest form.

The definition of adding fractions is : "calculating the results of applying the binary operation of addition to two or more rational numbers which, in their simplest form, have denominators which are not one."

no need to change the denominators

They have the same numerator (1) but different denominators. Since the numerator is 1 in each fraction, it cannot be simplified therefore each unit fraction is in its simplest form. Then, because the denominators of any two of them are different the fractions must be different.

To add fractions with the same denominators, simply add together the numerators, and cancel down if necessary. For example, 5/8 + 1/8 = 6/8. Cancelling this down to an improper fraction in its simplest form, this is equal to 3/4.

1, 5, 7 and 11 twelfths.

Fractions are in their simplest form when the GCF of numerator and denominator is one.

13/14 is in its simplest form.

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