This is called an improper fraction eg 4/3 is properly 1&1/3
you divide the numarator to the denomanator
They are like fractions.
The portion of the fraction below the divide line For example, in 1/2 two is the denoninator.
A fraction with a 1 in its numerator is called a "unit fraction," as it is one of that fraction, whereas if it were to have a 2, it would have two of them.
An improper fraction
A unit fraction.
it is a unit fraction.
In this particular case, you can eliminate the denominators, and just divide the numerators. In the general case, to divide a fraction by another fraction, multiply the first fraction by the reciprocal of the second fraction. For example, 6/5 divided by 2/5 = 6/5 x 5/2.
It is called equivalent fractions 1\2 1/4 1/8
This is called a mixed fraction. For example, 3 and 1/2. There is the 3, the whole, and 1/2, which is the fraction.
denominator is means the number on the bottom of the fraction. the numerator means the number on the top of the fraction inthe fraction 3/4 3 would be the numerator 4 would be the denominator
The top number of a fraction is called the numerator. The bottom number of a fraction is called the denominator.
A fraction (not faction) with an absolute value of at least 1 is an improper fraction. One whose absolute value is in (0, 1) is a proper fraction.
A fraction whose value is one or more is called an improper fraction, or a mixed fraction, depending on how you write it. For example one-and-a-half can be written as 1 1/2 - this is a mixed fraction. If you write it as 3/2, it is called an improper fraction.
First, look what the final place of the number is (in this case the last number is in the thousandths). So, your denomanator is 1,000. The numerator now is just the number without any decimals. So, the fraction is 333 over 1,000 (333/1,000)
It is an improper fraction as for example 5/1
A unit fraction is a rational number written as a fraction where the numerator is one and the denominator is a positive integer. A unit fraction is therefore the reciprocal of a positive integer, 1/n.