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Q: What fraction is between zero and half?

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No. A half is a fraction, it is more than zero but it is not a whole number.

There is no such number, but is is a tiny, minuscule, fraction below zero. But half that fraction is a higher negative number. And half of THAT fraction is higher still. And so on.

yes, a number between 1-99 is a fraction.

One half = 1/2.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.One half = 1/2.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.One half = 1/2.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.One half = 1/2.Multiply the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the fraction by any non-zero integer. You will have an equivalent fraction.

You can use k/(2*k), where k is any non-zero integer, as an equivalent fraction.

One half.

Any fraction that has a zero as the numerator equals zero. Any fraction that does not have a zero in the numerator would be a nonzero fraction.

A proper fraction is between 0 and 1. A proper fraction has the numerator less than the denominator. The numerator is the top number, and the denominator is the bottom number. If the fraction has a numerator, which is half of the denominator, then it is half and anything with a numerator greater then half the denominator but not greater than the denominator is between 1/2 and 1.

375/1000 or 3/8

a proper fraction or a decimal

The fraction is zero. 0 divided by anything except zero is zero.

The rule is if the numerator is zero than the value of the fraction is zero.

A fraction between one half (1/2) and one fourth (1/4) is three eights (3/8).

Multiply the numerator (top) by any non-zero number and the denominator (bottom) by the same number. You will have an equivalent fraction.

The answer depends on "compared with what". The fraction 3/8 is close to zero compared to 7/8, but it is far from zero compared to 3/80.Fractions are infinitely dense and so, given anyfraction, there are infinitely many fractions between that fraction and zero. All of these will be closer to zero. And if you pick any one of these, there will be infinitely many between it and zero which will be closer still. And so it goes on.

it's 1/4 if you want the fraction exactly half way between them.

Zero can be neither the numerator nor the denominator of a fraction.

"Zero point" is 0. It is an integer, not a fraction.

-9 over anything but zero is a fraction. Division by zero is undefined.

Picture it in your mind. One whole pie. One half is half a pie, right? Is 1/5th of a pie more than 1/2 a pie? Or is it less? The answer is between zero and one half.

1 half

One third.

You can't change a fraction when the numerator is zero because no matter what the denominator is the fraction is still zero. A zero denominator is not allowed because you cannot divide by zero.

There are many different fractions between one third (1/3) and one half (1/2). The fraction that is exactly halfway between them is five twelfths (5/12).

Zero