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An improper fraction has a numerator greater than the denominator. When the numerator and denominator are equal, that's called "1."

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When the numerator is equal to the denominator it equals 1 if the numerator is greater than the denominator then you could change it to a mixed number like 3/2 equals 1 1/2

If the dividend (the number being divided into) is zero, then there is no change in value as the result is also zero; Otherwise:if the fraction is a proper fraction (the numerator is less than the denominator) then the (absolute) value of the dividend will increase; otherwiseif the fraction is an identity (the numerator equals the denominator) then the value of the dividend will not change; otherwisethe fraction is an improper fraction (the numerator is greater than the denominator) and the (absolute) value of the dividend will decrease.

The lowest numerator equals is first the second lowest numerator second and so on

When the HCF/GCF/GCD of the numerator and denominator equals 1 then the fraction is said to be in its simplest form.

To write 0.600 as a fraction you have to write 0.600 as numerator and put 1 as the denominator. Now you multiply numerator and denominator by 10 as long as you get in numerator the whole number.0.600 = 0.600/1 = 6/10And finally we have:0.600 as a fraction equals 6/10

If the numerator and denominator are the same then their GCF is also the same number. So the fraction can be written, it is simplest form as the integer, 1.

If the numerator and denominator are the same then their GCF is also the same number. So the fraction can be written, it is simplest form as the integer, 1.

All rational numbers can be written as one integer (the numerator) over another integer (the denominator). If the numerator is less than the denominator, it is a vulgar (or common) fraction. If the denominator is 1, then only the numerator may be written in which case it may take the form of a whole number, eg 5/1 can also be written as 5. If the numerator equals the denominator, the fraction can be simplified to 1/1 which would be written as the whole number 1. If the numerator is greater than the denominator, then it is an improper (or top heavy) fraction and can be written as a mixed number which is a whole number along with a proper fraction (with the original denominator), eg 5/3 can also be written as 12/3 The denominator can be any non-zero integer, ie zero is not allowed to be the denominator of any fraction.

The fraction 4/4 is equal to one. Any fraction with the same numerator and denominator equals 1.

Just like an ordinary fraction - divide the numerator (top) by the denominator (bottom).

if you can multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number in the first fraction and it equals the second fraction than they should be equal

Any fraction to the power of 0 will always equal 1 Any fraction that has the same numerator and denominator will also equal 1

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