1 over ten is equal to 0.1, so all fractions who represent a number smaller then 0.1 are smaller than 1 over 10.
if 1/2 x 1/3 then times it and get 1/6
1 over 16
Fractions smaller than 1/8: 1/9 1/10 1/11 1/12 1/13 1/14 1/15 1/16... You get the idea. Just keep increasing the denominator, because any fraction with a numerator of one but denominator that is greater than the fraction you're comparing it to will be smaller in value than that fraction.
There are infinitely many such fractions.Take any integer greater than 9. Then 1 divided by that number will be a smaller fraction.There are infinitely many such fractions.Take any integer greater than 9. Then 1 divided by that number will be a smaller fraction.There are infinitely many such fractions.Take any integer greater than 9. Then 1 divided by that number will be a smaller fraction.There are infinitely many such fractions.Take any integer greater than 9. Then 1 divided by that number will be a smaller fraction.
1/5, 1/6, 1/7 and so on.
If you multiply by 1 they stay the same. If you multiply by more than 1 they increase. Fractions less than 1 are less than unity so the products decrease because you are only taking a fraction of the number.
The answer is always bigger than one only if the fraction you are dividing by is smaller than the fraction you are dividing into. Any number divided by a smaller number is bigger than 1. To divide fractions you invert he demominator and multiply: 1/2 divided by 1/4 = 1/2 times 4 = 2
It depends on what type of fraction it is. If the fractions are improper fractions, the product will be greater than the two fractions multiplied together. (Ex: 3/2 x 5/4 = 15/6 or 5/2. 5/2 is greater than 3/2.) If the fractions both have 1 as a numerator, the product is smaller. (Ex: 1/3 x 1/6 = 1/18. 1/18 is less than 1/3.) Any other fractions, it would depend on what fractions you're multiplying. Remember, you are multiplying the numerator by the other numerator and the denominator by the other denominator. (Answer Product of numerators/Product of denominators)
These fractions are called proper fractions.
That's only true if the fractions are "proper" fractions ... with numerator smaller than denominator. The reason is: If you take (a piece less than the whole thing) out of (a piece less than the whole thing), you wind up with a piece smaller than either of the original pieces.
The two types of fractions are proper fractions, in which the numerator is smaller than the denominator, and improper fractions, in which the numerator is equal to or larger than the denominator.
You can have negative fractions so it depends. it depends if you have a negative fraction you could have -1/2 but 1/2 is bigger than -1/2. negative numbers will always be smaller than positive numbers.
Usually, but not always. 1 cubed is 1. Cubed fractions are smaller.
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For the same reason that you can multiply two proper fractions and get a smaller number than either of them. You are multiplying either decimal by a number that is smaller than 1. As a result you get an answer that is smaller than 1 times the first number.
Fractions greater than 1 are to the right of 1 and fractions less than 1 are to its left.
Proper fractions are fractions having a numerator that is smaller than the denominator.A proper fraction is when its numerator is less than its denominator as for example 3/4
It need not be. The numbers 1/2 and (-1/2) are both fractions less than 1 but their quotient is -1, which is less than both the fractions.
The answer depends on the sign of the numbers.(1/4) / 3 = 1/12, which is smaller.(-1/4) / 3 = -1/1, which is larger.
Yes, that is true. With all positive fractions that can be reduced, the numerator becomes a smaller positive whole number. There is no smaller positive whole number than one, therefore all fractions that have a numerator of 1 are in their simplest form. You can tell if a fraction is in its simplest form by finding the the GCF of the nmerator and the denominator. If the GCF is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form. The GCF of any number and 1 is 1, therefore all fractions that have a numerator of 1 are in their simplest form.