The fraction gets smaller or increases, depending on whether the numerator and denominator are positive or negative.
The fraction gets smaller.
The value of the fraction increases.
the entire fraction decreases
The value of the fraction decreases.
Assuming a proper fraction which is positive (value between 0 and 1), it increases; asymptotically tending to 1 as the amounts that you increase by become larger. If it is negative you must select a negative numerator and a positive denominator. Then it behaves as above. Otherwise you could hit division by 0.
The fraction decreases. 1/3 is smaller than 1/2.
If the numerator of the fraction is increased and the denominator doesn't change, then the value of the fraction increases.
If a fraction's denominator is increased, the number gets smaller. If a fraction's denominator is decreased, the number gets bigger.
You will get an equivalent fraction.
The value of the fraction remains unchanged
You get an equivalent fraction which is not in its reduced (or simplest) form.
It is then an improper or 'top heavy' fraction
The fraction reduces to 1 - UNLESS they are both zero, in which case the fraction is undefined.
The absolute value of the fraction decreases.
You have to double the numerator, but the value of the fraction remians the same but if you dont double the numerator then you dont have the same fraction
As long as the whole number is not zero, it becomes a unit fraction with a larger denominator, ie one with a smaller value.
If a device has a negative temperature coefficient, then its resistance will decrease as its temperature increases.
Your number increases.
The answer would be "undefined" as there is no way to divide a number by zero (0).
Negative work increases potential energy.
It increases the value.
Just multiply straight through. Numerator times numerator and denominator times denominator. a/b * c/d = ac/bd ======