you divide the numarator to the denomanator
A whole number.
The portion of the fraction below the divide line For example, in 1/2 two is the denoninator.
This is called an improper fraction eg 4/3 is properly 1&1/3
You have to get a common denomanator to then work out if the numerator is also the same.
a whole number
In this particular case, you can eliminate the denominators, and just divide the numerators. In the general case, to divide a fraction by another fraction, multiply the first fraction by the reciprocal of the second fraction. For example, 6/5 divided by 2/5 = 6/5 x 5/2.
They are called like or similar fractions.
They are equivalent fractions.
denominator is means the number on the bottom of the fraction. the numerator means the number on the top of the fraction inthe fraction 3/4 3 would be the numerator 4 would be the denominator
First, look what the final place of the number is (in this case the last number is in the thousandths). So, your denomanator is 1,000. The numerator now is just the number without any decimals. So, the fraction is 333 over 1,000 (333/1,000)
A ratio is the same as a fraction.
It is finding an equivalent fraction.
You call the fraction irrefutably prime.
We don't call it "point two," we call it by it's fraction name, 2/10 (two tenths). This is a fraction that can be simplified since both 2 and 10 are divisible by 2. So, .2 is the same thing as 1/5.
Fractions such as 3/4 and 6/8 are known as equivalent fractions because they have the same numerical values.
Ok. First you make sure the denominator (bottom number) is the same on all the fractions. The easiest way to do this is to multiply the denominators together, then multiply each numerator by the opposite fractions denominator. This is the easiest way to do this, you will simplify later. ONLY DO THIS IF THE DENOMINATORS ARE DIFFERENT. If they are the same just add the numerators together to get your fraction. Then simplify.
A unit fraction.