A fraction with a numerator that is smaller than its denominator is less than one.
the fraction is said to be improper.
if the numerator is bigger then the denominator it is called an improper fraction so you have to divide to get your regular fraction.
That's an improper fraction.
If you're asking the difference, then a proper fraction is when the numerator is smaller than the denominator. And an improper fraction is a fraction bigger than whole or when the numerator is larger than the denominator.
It is anImproper fraction,ONLY if the numerator is bigger than the denominator, and if the numerator and denominator are the same it is a whole number.example of an improper fraction: 5/3example of a whole number: 7/7
It is a proper fraction and if the numerator > denominator than it is an improper fraction.
There is no improper fraction for this fraction because the numerator is not bigger than the denominator.
yes it could be
a numerator can be more than the denominator but, if it is it is a improper fraction. so the numerator is less than the denominator do the fraction can be proper.
Yes, it can be. If the numerator is 0. Then suppose the denominator is 3, which is bigger than 0 (double the numerator). So the value of the fraction is 0/3 = 0.