No, because one half is equal to 50% and three fifths is equal to 60%. This is because five times twenty is 100, (for one half, this is fifty times TWO) so then, if you multiply the denominator, you absolutely positively have to multiply the numerator. One half of five is 2.5, so, of course, 3 is larger than 2.5. Thus, 2/5 IS larger than one half.
its 1 over 3 its 1 over 3
The fraction of 0.37 is 37/100. It's a little more than 1/3
If the numerator (the number at the top of the fraction) is bigger than the denominator (the number at the bottom), then the fraction is more than 1.
A vulgar fraction.
If numerator (top number) is less than denominator (bottom number), fraction is less than 1. If numerator is more than denominator, fraction is more than 1. If top and bottom are the same number, fraction is equal to 1.
Any fraction where the numerator is larger than the denominator (improper fraction.) 3/2 can also be written as 1 1/2.
-- An improper fraction is always equal to more than ' 1 '. -- 4/5 is less than ' 1 '. -- There's nothing you can do to 4/5 to make it an improper fraction.
The absolute value of 1 over 8 is less than 1 and so it cannot be expressed as a mixed 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.
Any fraction where the numerator is less than the denominator but more than half its size is a correct answer. There are an infinite number of them.
1/2 is bigger than 1/3
Any fraction larger than 1/2 like 5/8 or 7/11.
7/9 is a proper fraction. By definition, it is less than 1. Improper fractions are greater than 1.
2 over 1 cannot be written as a proper fraction since its absolute value is greater than 1.
no because 1 is lower than 3
Yes, 1/2 is greater than 1/4. 1/2 is equal to 2/4.
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.
You can't make 1 over 4 an improper fraction. The numerator (top number) has to be greater than the denominator (the bottom number) but 5/4 is the improper fraction of 1 and 1/4
1/3 is greater than 1/5
If the numerator (top number) is more than the denominator (bottom number), then the fraction is greater than one.
1/(any number greater than 1) is a fraction less than 1.
A proper fraction is a fraction whose numerator is less than its denominator, meaning its value is less than 1. An improper fraction is one whose numerator is greater than its denominator, meaning its value is more than 1. An improper fraction can always be written as a mixed number ... an integer plus a proper fraction.
The fraction 1/12 cannot be reduced any more.
No. Every proper fraction is less than 1, but improper fraction will be greater than 1.