It is the numerator.
if the fraction's numerator and denominator cant be divided by any number remembber both numerator and denominator must be divided by the same number
No because the numerator and the denominator must be multiplied or divided by the same number for a given equivalent fraction
The qualities for a fraction are a numerator (the top number) divided by a denominator (the bottom number).
The number of parts being counted is the numerator of a fraction The number of parts into which the whole has been divided is the denominator of a fraction.
The numerator is divided by the denominator in a fraction as for example 3/4 = 0.75 as a decimal.
numerator divded by denominator (top number divided by bottomP)
example: 1/4 the fraction is made up of a numerator, denominator, and vertice the numerator is the number being divided by the denominator or the number on top of the vertice the denominator is the divisor or the number below the vertice the vertice is the line in the middle of a fraction, separating the denominator and numerator
I can't tell if you're asking about the numerator or the denominator.The numerator is the number on top, being divided into.The denominator is the number on bottom, dividing the numerator.
That would be the numerator. The numerator is above the denominator. The numerator divided by the denominator would be equal to the quotient. So, numerator/denominator = quotient