Yes, 34 is a bigger number than 13. It represents more than 13, but in fractions, 13 is a bigger number. 1/13 is bigger than 1/34. So here is the answer: In positive numbers, yes. In fractions, no. In negative numbers, no.
You can have negative fractions so it depends. it depends if you have a negative fraction you could have -1/2 but 1/2 is bigger than -1/2. negative numbers will always be smaller than positive numbers.
No sweety, they are only a part of a number
Mixed numbers are larger than proper fractions.
You do them the same way as you "do" other fractions.
There are an infinite number of both fractions and whole numbers.
1 whole is bigger than 3 quarters
Three fourths is bigger than one half.
Actually there's a lot.It could be 1 and a halve but if you are talking about improper fractions then the numerator has to be bigger than the denominator.
4/10 = 0.4 28/100 = 0.28 You can see by writing the numbers as fractions and then as decimals that four tenths is bigger than 28 hundredths.
There are 3 Parts of fractions: 1:Improper Fractions Improper fractions are those fractions which numerator is greater than the denominator. 2:Proper Fractions Proper Fractions are those fractions which numerator is smaller than the denominator. 3:Mixed Numbers Mixed Numbers are those numbers which have a whole number and a part of fraction.
Neither. Some fractions are bigger than some percentages and some are smaller.