If the denominator is 0.
a value of zero in the denominator makes the fraction undefined
If the denominator has a zero value.
The answer depends on the part of the question that is missing.
If denominator = 0.
When it is 0.
If the denominator is 0 then the fraction is undefined.
0. Whatever the denominator - unless the denominator is also 0 in which case the fraction is undefined.
no because then it would be undefined
A fraction such that the divisor (denominator) is zero is undefined. Such a division is expressed as x/0 where x is the dividend (numerator). In ordinary arithmetic, the expression has no meaning so division by zero is undefined.
when the denominator is zero example: 5/0
The fraction reduces to 1 - UNLESS they are both zero, in which case the fraction is undefined.
Well, any fraction with a zero in the denominator is undefined, and that's sometimes considered infinity.
The answer would be "undefined" as there is no way to divide a number by zero (0).
A quotient in which the numerator or denominator are undefined will be undefined. For example p/q is an undefined quotient until you know something about p and q. Also, if the denominator is zero, the division is undefined.
If they are both zero, the the fraction is undefined. Otherwise it means that the ratio is equal to one.
YES a fraction can be a denominator.
That is correct.
A zero. Zero in the denominator make the expression undefined for algebraic purposes.
The denominator should be the same as the denominator of the fraction.
Undefined slope is a vertical line along the horizontal point of origin., the slope would have a denominator of zero, which is undefined.
a fraction that has a numerator equal to the denominator is one: a fraction who's numerator is greater that the denominator is an improper fraction.
0 cannot be the denominator, but all numbers can be in the denominator.If the whole denominator equals 0 (so things like 3+0 or y+0 wouldn't count) then the fraction's value is undefined since no number can be divided by 0 and give one answer. But if the question is exactly as it is phrased, there is no number that can never be in the denominator.
The denominator is the number at the bottom of the fraction,below the numerator.