In its simplified form, there is no such number.
This is the denominator, which is the bottom line of the fraction.
The denominator is the bottom number of the fraction. It tells how many parts in all. The numerator is the top number of the fraction which tells you the number of parts considered.
I'm not exactly sure what you mean, but the top number is called the numerator and the bottom number is called the denominator.
The denominator (bottom number) of a fraction tells you the number of equal parts (in a whole); The numerator (top number) of a fraction tells you how many of those parts. You have five parts out of 9 equal parts which is 5/9
If the fraction has been simplified, there is no such number.
If the fraction has been simplified then no such number exists.
The numerator tells you how many parts out of a denominator-number of equal parts the fraction represents.
The denominator, or the number at the bottom.
In a fraction which has not been simplified, it is the denominator. There is no such number when the fraction has been simplified.
Denominator, whole, etc
It is the denominator
Yes. For example, 4/7 represents four out of seven equal parts of something.
If the fraction has not been simplified then it is the denominator. Once simplified, there is no such number.
That would be the denominator or bottom number of a fraction. This tells you the overall size of the fraction, while the numerator or top number, indicates how many parts of the fraction are there (i.e. 1/9 means you have one of 9 total parts).