In actual problems, we convert two (or more) fractions so that they have equal denominators.
They are called equivalent fractions.
If the denominators (bottom numbers) are not equal, making equivalent fractions of them so that the denominators are equal. With the denominators equal if the numerators (top numbers) are equal, then the fractions are equal.
It could be called an equivalence relationship.
Fractions of the same value but with different values are called equivalent fractions. For example, 3/4 (three quarters) and 6/8 (six eighths) are both equal to 0.75, and are therefore equivalent fractions. Hope this helps >.<
Non-equivalent fractions are fractions that are not equal
Fractions will always equal 1 when their numerator is the same as their denominator
Two fractions that are the same are called equivalent fractions. Example: 4/5 and 8/10. When two fractions are set equal to each other in an equation, that equation is called a proportion: 4/5 = x/10
Fractions that are greater than one are known as improper or 'top-heavy' fractions as the numerator is greater than the denominator.
the difference between two equal fractions is zero.
Two fractions set equal to each other form a proportion.
The fractions are when you divide a whole number into equal parts
fractions equal to 54 = 54/1, 108/2, 162/3,...
Fractions with the same numerator are called like fractions
something that's equal to the fraction
To compare fractions, convert both of them to a common denominator.
A top-heavy, improper or vulgar fraction.
a/b = c/d is one possible form.
Equivalent fractions are fractions that are equal. So, 1/2 and 2/4 are equivalent.
complex fractions can be multiplied when you have two fractions multiplied and equal a whole number.