Q: Is zero a fraction?

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Any fraction that has a zero as the numerator equals zero. Any fraction that does not have a zero in the numerator would be a nonzero fraction.

The rule is if the numerator is zero than the value of the fraction is zero.

The fraction is zero. 0 divided by anything except zero is zero.

Zero can be neither the numerator nor the denominator of a fraction.

"Zero point" is 0. It is an integer, not a fraction.

-9 over anything but zero is a fraction. Division by zero is undefined.

You can't change a fraction when the numerator is zero because no matter what the denominator is the fraction is still zero. A zero denominator is not allowed because you cannot divide by zero.

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a value of zero in the denominator makes the fraction undefined

It is any fraction whose numerator is zero and denominator is not zero.

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No, it's zero.

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No. The reason you can multiply a fraction by (x/x) to find an equivalent fraction is because for almost any x, (x/x) = 1. This is not the case for zero. Zero divided by zero does NOT equal 1, so multiplying the fraction by a value not equal to 1 will create a different fraction.

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No. A half is a fraction, it is more than zero but it is not a whole number.

The answer depends on the part of the question that is missing.

Division by zero is not possible in arithmetic.

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Any fraction that has a zero in the numerator has a value of zero. It does not matter what the denominator is. Think of it this way, if I say I ate zero slices of pizza it does not matter what the size of the slices are, I still did not eat any pizza.

A decimal is a number out of a whole number that isn't zero or a fraction.