No, improper fractions (ex: 3/2) are greater than one.
Such a list cannot exist, because there are an infinite number of such fractions.
Not at all. One half is more than a third but less than three quarters.
No particular name would encompass 1/2, -1/2, -5/2 all of which are fractions with a less than 1.
a quarter or one fourth or 0.25 are all the same thing and are thess than one half. But many other nuumbers and fractions are also less than one half.
There are an infinite number of fractions less than (1/2). Just to start with, there is (1/X) where X is any number larger than 2, such as (1/3), (1/4), (1/5),...(1/1320), (1/1321), etc.
A proper fraction is less than 1. Whenever you multiply something by a number < 1, the result (product) is less than the original number. So when you multiply a proper fraction by a number less one (such as another proper fraction, the product is less than the original proper fraction. The only time a product involving a given number is larger than the given number is when you multiply the given number by a number that is > 1. Since all proper fractions are < 1, products involving them are always less than the original given number.
Fractions that are less than one are known as proper fractions. Their denominators are greater than their numerators. Their reciprocals would have numerators greater than their denominators, making them improper. Improper fractions are greater than one.
They are all the same, fractions can be turned into percents and percents can be turned into fractions. hope that helps :)
All improper fractions, like 22/7, are greater than one.
Any number greater than 250 and less than 350 does, including all of the fractions and decimals that satisfy those conditions. There are an infinite number of them.
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There are infinitely many fractions which are greater than any number and so they cannot be listed.
There are an infinite number of fractions with a value less than 1/2. Some examples are 1/3 1/4 1/5 2/5 1/6 1/7 2/7 3/7 3/8 11212/22425 1/10000090067856 and countless more. Any positive fraction, where the denominator is more than twice the numerator, and all negative fractions as well.
The fraction 1/3=0.3333333... In this case it is better to use fractions just like in all cases. There will be no case when decimals will work better than fractions however, if a test says to use decimals; USE THEM!
5/6 7/6 8/6 9/6 and 10/6
There are infinitely many of them. In fact, if you pick the lowest fraction that you can think of, there are infinitely more fractions that are smaller than that!
Proper fractions are when the numberator is less than or equal to the denominator. So, the only three fractions that can be proper with the denominator as three are: 1/3, which equals approx. 0.333333333 2/3, which equals approx. 0.666666667 3/3, which equals 1.
All positive fractions are greater than zero.
No. Not if 25% of the data set are all at the maximum value.
All the time between First Quarter and Third Quarter, except for the moment of Full Moon.
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any fraction where the numerator (the number on top) is less than the denominator (the number on the bottom). 1/2 , 3/4 , 52/83 are all smaller than one 3/2 , 7/4 , 52/8 are all larger than one
There are infinitely many fractions. For any number Nthat is greater than 32, 32/N is a proper fraction.