0% as a fraction = 0/1
If the numerator is 0, the fraction equals 0.
As a fraction, we can express 'em as: 0 = 0/2 = 0/3, which is the trivial fraction 10 = 10/1, which is the improper fraction.
0 times ANYTHING is 0!
If the improper fraction is greter than 0 it is the value of the improper fraction and if the improper fraction is less than 0, it is the negative of the value of the fraction.
0/0, which = 0.
Provided the second fraction is not 0, you simply get another fraction.
3 equivalent fraction for 0 = 0/1, 0/2, 0/3,...
The fraction is zero. 0 divided by anything except zero is zero.
There is no possible answer. For any given fraction, half that fraction is another fraction and it will be closer to 0. And then half of that will be closer still, and then half of that ... . Hope you get the idea.
Although the infinite rational numbers (those which can be represented as a fraction) are countable and can all be listed, it is impossible to list them in order to find the first one that occurs after 0 - whatever fraction you want to suggest as the first following 0, I can give you a smaller fraction which is between your fraction and 0: all I have to do is add 1 to the denominator.
0% of 100% is and will always be 0.
There is no fraction between 0 and 1 which is also between 1 and 2.
It equals 0.
it's an improper fraction
Yes, unless the number used for multiplication is 0. In that case you will have 0/0 which is not defined.
0. Whatever the denominator - unless the denominator is also 0 in which case the fraction is undefined.
The primary answer is 0/1. However, you can multiply the numerator and denominator of the primary answer by any non-zero integer to obtain an equivalent fraction. If the selected integer is n, the equivalent fraction will be (0*n)/(1/n) = 0/n. Thus any number of the form 0/n is a fraction equivalent to 0.
Yes, it can be. If the numerator is 0. Then suppose the denominator is 3, which is bigger than 0 (double the numerator). So the value of the fraction is 0/3 = 0.