An improper fraction
Not necessarily.0.5 < 1 < 1.5 So, the whole number 1 is more than the decimal fraction 0.5 but less than the decimal fraction 1.5 but the decimal fraction 0.5 is less than the whole number 1 while the decimal fraction 1.5 is more than the whole number 1.
No. For any given fraction, you can find whole numbers that are more than, and whole numbers that are less than, the fraction. For example, if your fraction is 5/2 (equal to 2 1/2), 2 is less, and 3 is more, than this fraction.
The numerator is more than the denominator
45 is a whole number, and is very much more than 0.46. 0.46 is only a fraction of a single whole number.
product of a fraction less than 1 and a whole number greater than or less than the whole Number
The result could be a whole number or a fraction. But whatever it is, it's smaller than the original whole number.
A proper fraction is one in which the numerator is less than the denominator.That means that the value of the fraction is less than '1', so it can't be changedto a whole number.If you have an IMPROPER fraction ... one in which the numerator is more than the denominator ...then it can be changed to a whole number plus a proper fraction, like this:-- Divide the numerator by the denominator, to get the whole number, and a remainder.-- Write the proper fraction. Keep the original denominator, place the remainder in the numerator.
When a number is a fraction, the reciprocal will always be greater than the original number. When the original number is a whole number, the reciprocal will be a fraction, which is less than a whole number.
You will get a number - whole or fraction - whose magnitude will be smaller than the original.
Uh . . . . . .no a fraction is less than a whole like a decimal. a number a whole. Therefore a fraction is less than a number.
When you divide a number by a fraction between zero and one, the quotient will be greater than that number.
the answer is smaller than the whole number because you're taking a fraction of the second number. it's like multiplying by a decimal.
It depends: If the whole number is positive then the result is less than the whole number, eg ½ × 2 = 1 < 2 If the whole number is negative then the result is greater than the whole number, eg ½ × -2 = -1 > -2
A number multiplied by 1 is equal to the original number. So: For fractions where the numerator (top) is LESS than the deonominator (bottom), the product will be LESS than the original number, because the fraction has a value of LESS than 1. For fractions where the numerator is MORE than the denominator, the product will be MORE than the original number because the fraction has a value of MORE than 1. For fractions where the numerator and denominator are the same, the product will be the same as the original number because the fraction has a value equal to 1.
Think of the whole number as a pie that is going to be eaten by more than one person. Cut it into the necessary number of pieces. That is how you do it.
There's no way. Every mixed number is a whole number plus a fraction, and that means the whole thing is more than ' 1 '. But 0.416 is less than 1, and nothing you can do to it will make it more than 1.
It can be greater than or less than it.
A mixed number has a whole number and a fraction. A fraction is a number that is less than whole and that has a denominator underneath a numerator. To add or subtract mixed numbers, add or subtract the fractions, then add or subtract the whole numbers. If the fraction portion of a mixed number, such as 2 5/6, is more than the fraction portion of the mixed number you're trying to subtract from, such as 3 1/6, you must borrow from the whole number of the mixed number you're trying to subtract from to make its fraction bigger... Please comment on my answers I do not have a Facebook account...
It can be either - depending on whether the whole number is negative or positive.