Yes, rational fractions consist of one integer divided by a non-zero integer.
An LCD is a positive integer. But any integer can can be expressed as a fraction : as the same number divided by 1. Or twice the number divided by 2, etc.
Any integer can be expressed as a fraction. The simplest is the integer itself divided by one.
A fraction, consisting of one integer divided by another, non-zero, integer is a rational number.
When the GCF of the numerator and denominator is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form.
33/11 = 3. That is an integer and it makes no sense to convert it back into a fraction!
A number between 0 and 1 is a fraction.
Very little.A fraction is one integer divided by another.A rational number is one that could be written as a fraction.
You end up with an integer and a fraction. The integer is half of (one less than the one you started with), and the fraction is a half.
The integer part of the mixed fraction will be 2.
The improper fraction has not been converted completely to a mixed fraction. There is still an integer value that can be moved across from the fractional part to the integer part.
It may still be a fraction. However, the answer could be an integer. For example, 1/2 divided by 1/8 = 4.
An integer can be written as a fraction. 7 = 7/1 or 21/3 but in its simplified form it is not a fraction.
Yes a fraction cannot be an integer.
a can represent an integer or fraction, or almost anything else.
24 is an integer. As a fraction, it is 24/1.24 is an integer. As a fraction, it is 24/1.24 is an integer. As a fraction, it is 24/1.24 is an integer. As a fraction, it is 24/1.