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Q: What are all fractions out of?

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are all fractions are integers

They are all real numbers. All fractions can be expressed as percentages but not all percentages can be represented as fractions.

No. All integers are also rational and they are not fractions.

No. All fractions are not whole numbers, but all whole numbers are [improper] fractions (with a denominator of 1).

All terminating decimals can be written as fractions.

All rational fractions.

to order fractions you can cross multiply two fractions at a time or you can convert all the fractions into decimals.

None of them, because none are fractions: they are all integers. None of them, because none are fractions: they are all integers. None of them, because none are fractions: they are all integers. None of them, because none are fractions: they are all integers.

All fractions are rational numbers.

Unit fractions all have the same numerators but the denominators can be different.

It depends on what you want to convert to proper fractions. Not all things can be converted to proper fractions.

You basically have to learn separately how to do different things with fractions, including finding a common denominator; converting fractions to a different denominator; simplifying fractions; adding and subtracting fractions; multiplying fractions; dividing fractions.

Yes they should

All numbers can be changed from fractions to decimals.

They are all the same, fractions can be turned into percents and percents can be turned into fractions. hope that helps :)

No.

All three numbers that appear in the question are integers, not fractions!All three numbers that appear in the question are integers, not fractions!All three numbers that appear in the question are integers, not fractions!All three numbers that appear in the question are integers, not fractions!

There are infinitely many fractions so it is impossible to answer the question.

The LCD for fractions is the LCM (least common multiple) of all of the denominators.

the best graph to use to represent fractions is a pie graph, that is if all the fractions denominators are the same...

All fractions are rational numbers because irrational numbers can't be expressed as fractions

No, because all fractions are rational numbers

It is not possible to list ALL the equivalent fractions because there is an infinite number of them.

For adding or substracting fractions first of all we should calculate the LCM( Lowest Common Multiplier) of the denominators in both of the fractions.

The same way you calculate averages with whole numbers: Add up all the fractions and divide by the number of fractions there are.