A fraction bigger than one is an improper fraction.
Nope... one half is bigger than two fifths.
When it represents a fraction of something, rather than absolute numbers. 1/3 of a pound is bigger than 1/2 of an ounce, for example.
Yes, half is bigger than one third.
Three fourths is bigger than one half.
One and five eighths is bigger than one and a half.
Three fifths is bigger than one half. Two fifths is smaller than one half.
7/10 is one example More examples: 6/10 8/10 9/10
Because if you divide out the fraction you get a number bigger than one. (Definition of an improper fraction).
yes. .5 (point 5) is one half, .57 (point 57) is bigger than .5 so .57 is bigger than one half
The one where the numerator is more than half of the denominator.
If the denominator is more than double the numerator, then the fraction is less than a half.
One half is equal to two fourths. And since three is bigger than two most of the time, no, it's not bigger.
Every negative fraction, and every positive fraction whose numerator is half of its denominator or less, is not greater than one half.
A half can be any size, depending on what number you are halving. If your asking is 0.52 bigger than a half of one then yes it is.
3 and one half is one fourth (1/4) bigger than 3 and one fourths.
A fraction with a numerator that is smaller than its denominator is less than one.
Yes it is. A regular fraction is a fraction where the numerator is smaller than the denominator, thus the value of the fraction will always be less than one. Note that a fraction with it's numerator bigger than the denominator does not count as a regular fraction; it is called a improper fraction. Whereas a mixed fraction is a regular fraction with a whole number at the left that is at least one. Thus, the value of a mixed fraction will always be more than one.
1 and a half is bigger
no. one half of 12 is 6. 7 twelfths is more than one half
No, it's a bit less than half of a half!
it will never be bigger
an improper fraction is a fraction that the top number (numerator) is bigger than the bottom one (denominator)