It is called "writing a fraction as an equivalent fraction with a larger denominator"!
The name of a fraction with a larger number on top is called an improper fraction.
A fraction can be larger than 1, for example, 4/2 is a fraction (which can be simplified to 2). Only a fraction that is larger than 1, multiplied by another number gives you a larger number.
an improper fraction
The quotient is larger than the original fraction.
It is 0.5
An improper fraction.
An improper fraction
it is called an improper fraction
It is an improper fraction.
When you have fractions with like denominators, the larger is the one with the larger numerator.
4.10 is larger than 3.8
55 is larger than 5!
only if the positive fraction is "larger" than the negative one.
One seventh is larger than one eighth. The smaller the number under a 1 in a fraction, the larger that fraction is. Think 1/4, 1/3, 1/2 and you'll see the size of the fraction increasing; the numbers are becoming larger.
That's an improper fraction.
an irregular fraction is a fraction where the numenator is larger than the denomenator
yes. That is called an improper fraction.