1/15 is a proper fraction. Proper fractions can't become improper fractions. It wouldn't be proper.
9/100. Percents can be turned into fractions by placing the given number over 100
Answer: 7/10 is the same as 14/20 and 8/10 is the same as 16/20 So the fraction between them is 15/20 which can be reduced to 3/4 Answer: In general, calculating the average between two fractions gives you a fraction that is between the two.
no because only 1, 0, and a half are benchmark fractions other fractions fall between those numbers
Look for common fractions between the two numbers. Then divide both numbers by such a common fraction. Repeat, just in case you didn't get the largest common fraction, until you can find no more common fractions.
40/48 is a proper fraction. Proper fractions can't be improper fractions; it wouldn't be proper.
7/6 is an improper fraction. Improper fractions can't be proper fractions. It wouldn't be proper.
Improper fractions cannot become proper fractions.
Between 1/3 and 2/3 there are many other fractions; an example would be 1/2.
8/3 is a fraction.
4/5 is a proper fraction. Proper fractions can't become improper fractions; it wouldn't be proper.
200/8 and 2020/808 are two examples.
There is an infinite number of fractions for those numbers. However in simplest form it is 1/4 and 1/2 but you can multiply the numerator and denominator by any number to get an equivalent fraction. If you just need to list a certain number of these fractions you could multiply the top and the bottom times two to get an equivalent fraction and do it however many times you need fractions.
Improper fractions and proper fractions are mutually exclusive; one can't be the other.
The answer depends on what population of fractions you have in mind. If considering all fractions, the answer is 1.
To divide one fraction by another fraction,flip the second one over and multiply them.
Well if they are already a fraction you do not need to convert them to a fraction. If you mean "How do you convert fractions to decimals" then I can help you there. If you have a fraction you want to make a decimal you simply divide. The little bar in the fraction means "divide" So if you have 3 over 4, you simply divide 3 by 4 which equals .75.
2/3 is a proper fraction.8/2 is an improper fraction.
One way to get the equivalent fractions is to multiply the given fraction by 2/2, 3/3, 4/4, ...the equivalent fractions of 2/4 = 4/8 ,6/12, 8/16,...
There are infinitely many equivalent fractions. Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero number. You will have an equivalent fraction.
-2/3 is not equivalent.
Three in fraction form is three over one.
Yes, both fractions are equivalent.
4 over 5 has infinite equivalent fractions, just like any fraction. The first one is 8 over 10.
The only equivalent fraction I can think of is a fraction in simplest form, which is 1/6.