Yes. A rational number can be written as a simple fraction where the numerator and denominator are integers, given that the denominator does not equal 0.
Multiply it by a fraction that has a certain number of inches in the numerator and the same length as the numerator but in the units of the given height in the denominator. The original units cancel out, and you're left with inches. If the numerator and denominator of a fraction are equal, the fraction is equal to 1, and multiplying something by 1 does not change its value.
They are the names given to parts of a fraction as for example 3/4 whereas 3 is the numerator and 4 is the denominator.
By finding their lowest common denominator and then alter the numerator and denominator of the given fractions accordingly
No because the numerator and the denominator must be multiplied or divided by the same number for a given equivalent fraction
You can multiply is numerator and denominator by the same number
Perform the division of (numerator) divided by (denominator).
Multiply the numerator and denominator by the same whole number.
Given a fraction, a percentage is the numerator of an equivalent fraction in which the denominator is 100.
The numerator is the name given to the top part of a fraction; the denominator is the bottom part of a fraction.
So you have a fraction: A/B, and you want it to have a denominator D, so the new equivalent fraction is C/D. So set them equal: A/B = C/D --> C = A*D/B is the new numerator