A proper fraction
The answer is the numerator.
It is a complex fraction.
All fractions have that.
You will get an equivalent fraction. However, if the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by zero, the result is not defined.
The numerator is the top line , it tells you how many of the fraction you have (enumerates it, if you like). The bottom is the denominator, it tells you what kind of fraction it is (what denomination it is).
An improper fraction has a numerator equal to or greater than the denominator. A mixed number is a combination of a whole number and a proper fraction. I'm not sure what a mixed improper fraction is. Whatever. To reduce any kind of fraction to its simplest form, find the GCF of the numerator and denominator. If the GCF is 1, the fraction is already in its simplest form. If not, divide the numerator and the denominator by the GCF. The result will be the simplest form.
An improper number is when the numerator is larger than the denominator which is named a improper fraction.
Any kind of fraction becomes decimal notation if you divide the denominator into the numerator. Any decimal notation becomes a percent if you multiply it by 100.
The result (which should be simplified) is another fraction of some kind: * a proper (or vulgar fraction) with the numerator (top number) less than the denominator (bottom number); * an improper fraction with the numerator greater than the denominator which can be converted into a mixed number; or * an integer (whole number).
In a proper fraction, the absolute value of the numerator must be smaller than the absolute value of the denominator.
It could be a hyperbolic graph, but it does depend on what is in the numerator.
Common fractions whereas the numerator is less then the denominator as in 3/4 Improper fractions whereas the numerator is greater than the denominator as in 5/2 Equivalent fractions have equal values as in 3/4 = 6/8 and 5/2 = 10/4
Natural numbers are a special kind of Rational numbers. Rational numbers can be expressed as a fraction. (Positive) fractions with the same (nonzero) numerator and denominator are natural numbers, for example 9/9 = 1.
This kind of number is called "irrational", meaning (to a mathematician!) "not a ratio."
The way to answer this kind of question is to change each of your fractions in to fractions with a common denominator. 2/3 =14/21 (I multipled both the numerator and denominator by 7.) 5/7= 15/21. (I multiplied both the numerator and the denominator by 3.) 5/7 is larger than 2/3
it is a proper fraction because the numerator (the top number) is smaller than the bottom number the denominator (the bottom number) therefore making the fraction less than one. An improper fraction is a fraction where the numerator is greater than the denomenator making it more than one. You can change an improper fraction to a mixed number. The way you do this is if you start with 19 over 4 you divide 19 by 4 (19/4=4 remainder 3) then put the remainder (if there is one) over the number you divided by (4) and in this case you get 3 over 4. Then put the fraction next to the whole number (4 and 3 over 4)and that is your answer.
Irrational numbers, like irrational people, have no rhyme or reason. If you divide the numerator of a fraction by the denominator, the decimal portion is in most cases non-repeating and seemingly unpredictable. For example, pi, 3.1415..., the fraction 22 divided by 7. On the other hand, a rational number can be an integer, zero, or a fraction whose decimal portion leads to a finite end. For example, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, the fraction 3 divided by 4, or 0.75.
Converting fractions to any kind of decimal is done in exactly the same way: divide the numerator by the denominator. The reverse of converting a recurring decimal to a fraction is done: Look at the digits that recur in the decimal. Count how many there are and then put the recurring digits as the numerator of a fraction with that number of 9s as the denominator. eg to convert 0.33333.... to a fraction, see that the recurring decimal is the digit 3, thus the fraction would be 3/9 = 1/3. eg to convert 0.09090909... to a fraction, see that the recurring decimal is 09 (or 9) and there are 2 digits (the leading 0 is important in counting the number of digits), thus the fraction is 09/99 or 9/99 = 1/11. eg: to convert: 0.142857142857.... to a fraction, see that the digits 142857 recur and there are 6 of them, thus it is 142857/999999 which reduces down (simplifies) to 1/7.
That kind of fraction is called an "improper" one, because there is something about it that just does not look right to a lot of people. You can always get rid of its impropriety though. If you know what you're doing, you can always change it into either a mixed number or else a whole number, with exactly the same value as the original ugly fraction had.
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An improper fraction?
Percentage is a fraction with a denominator of 100, with this kind of sum if you first convert to decimal, 85 / 350 which equals 0.2428 / 1, then multiply top and bottom by 100 = 24.28 / 100 = 24.28 %
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