Of course 0 is not a fraction, when it is over 0 it is a whole number.
If the numerator is 0, the fraction equals 0, because there is no part of the whole.
0. If zero is in any part of a fraction, its zero.
Three-fifths is a fraction and there is no sensible way to represent it as a whole number. The whole part of it is 0.
0 over 3 is equal to 0.
0.071 is a fraction and there is no way to represent it as a whole number.
It is either a positive or negative proper fraction, 0 or an improper negative fraction.
Yes, but it is not reduced. It reduces to 0.
You can but it will make the whole thing 0
A number between 0 and 1 is a fraction.
Anything divide by 0 = 0
0. Since there is no shaded part visible.
0 over 2 equals to 0 divided by 2. Therefore, the answer is zero.
The whole number part is 0.
The whole part of 0.956 is 0.
Any number over itself, except 0 over 0.
A whole number is a number in which there is no decimal or fraction after the number or the number is a fraction or decimal. ex. ...-2, -1, 0, 1, 2...
0/10 = 0. It is 10/0 which is mathematically undefined.
1 over infinity
Of coarse yes