Write out your fraction problem. 3 over 5 plus x over x equals 5 over 6. Next, you need to make the fractions equivalent. The multiples I used were 6 and 5. Multiply the fraction 3 over 5 by 6; that equals the fraction of 18 over 30. Do the same with the fraction 5 over 6 only by 5. That equals 25 over 30. Now write your new fraction problem. (18 over 30 plus x over x equals 25 over 30. Subtract 25 from 18. Your answer is 7. Dont forget the other half of your fraction! Your final answer is 7 over 30.
Any fraction greater than 3/7.
The sum is the answer when you have added. ex. 2+3, the sum is 5.
3 over 4 as a fraction is 3/4
3 over 5 is already a fraction is it not?
3/2 is a fraction.
the fraction is 12 over 15:)
Assuming this is the answer to a division sum, that depends entirely what the divisor of the sum is.
No. A fraction that has the numerator equal to, or greater than, the denominator, is called an improper fraction. A mixed fraction is the sum of an integer and a proper fraction, for example, 3 1/2 (three and one half).