the bigger the denominator (the bottom #) is the smaller the fraction the bigger it is the bigger the fraction. Ex: 1/2 is half 1/3 is a third 1/4 is a forth think of it like the pieces of a pie.
One third is a fraction. It's everyday language for one over three. 1/3
A half is bigger than a third.
Actually there's a lot.It could be 1 and a halve but if you are talking about improper fractions then the numerator has to be bigger than the denominator.
one third as in fraction = 1/3
8/56 = 4/28 = 2/14 = 1/7 So the two fractions are equal
Both fractions are equivalent, 1/4 = 6/24.
1 whole is bigger than 3 quarters
To find which is bigger it is easier to convert both numbers to the same sort of fractions, so... 2/10 is the same as 4/20 1/4 is the same as 5/20 As you can see 1/4 is a bigger number than 2/10