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A fraction is a way of representing division of a 'whole' into 'parts'. The Numerator is the number of parts chosen, and the Denominator is the total number of parts. A fraction is a division problem, basically:

½ means "one divided by two"

¾ means "three divided by four"

Another way of thinking of it is:

½ "one of two pieces" and

¾ "three of four pieces"

it is 7.10

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In the context of ownership in a common interest community -- regardless of its designation -- every owner owns -- in addition to their assigned 'unit' -- a fraction of the total ownership of the real estates that the community owns in common.

Your fraction is generally expressed as a percentage, also known as allocated interest, and its definition by unit number is listed in your governing documents. Look for Voting Rights in the table of contents.

Otherwise, within an allocated-interest, percentage ownership, as by two individuals, your governing documents may or may not address conflicting votes.

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different kinds of fraction: *proper fraction *improper fraction *mixed fraction *equal/equivalent fraction

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This is a complex fraction. Remember the 'slash' line in fractions means 'divide'. So if we have an example such as 1/2/3/4. We can separate with out by writing (1/2)/(3/4) ; note the use of brackets for clarity. Now the rule for division of fractions is invert the denomination(right hand) faction and proceed as for multiplication of fractions/ Hence 1/2/3/4 = ( 1/2) / (3/4) = > 1/2 X 4/3 Cancel down by '2' 1/1 X 2/3 = 2/3 The Answer to '1/2/3/4'. Amother example/ 2/3/4/9 = (2/3) /(4/9) (2/3)/(4/9) => 2/3 X 9/4Cancel down by '2' 1/3 X 9/2 Cancel down by '3' 1/1 x 3/2 = 3/2 '3/2' is an Improper (top heavy)Fraction and becomes 1 1/2 as a mixed number. Hence 1 1/2 = 2/3/4/9 Hope that helps!!!!

No, every fraction is not a unit fraction because unit fraction must have 1 as numerator but every unit fraction is a fraction such as 2/3 is a fraction but not considered a unit fraction and 1/3 which is a unit fraction is also called fraction

A fraction that has a different sign to the first fraction.

An equivilant fraction is a fraction that equals the same as another fraction when simplified.

That's a complex fraction.

Every fraction is an equivalent fraction: each fraction in decimal form has an equivalent rational fraction as well as an equivalent percentage fraction.

There cannot be a whole fraction. If it is a fraction it is not whole and if it is whole it is not a fraction.

Or both. That's a complex fraction.

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