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Q: What type of fractions can you compare by looking at the numerator?

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They are improper or 'top heavy' fractions

It depends on what type of fraction it is. If the fractions are improper fractions, the product will be greater than the two fractions multiplied together. (Ex: 3/2 x 5/4 = 15/6 or 5/2. 5/2 is greater than 3/2.) If the fractions both have 1 as a numerator, the product is smaller. (Ex: 1/3 x 1/6 = 1/18. 1/18 is less than 1/3.) Any other fractions, it would depend on what fractions you're multiplying. Remember, you are multiplying the numerator by the other numerator and the denominator by the other denominator. (Answer Product of numerators/Product of denominators)

You can type the numerator, a slash, and the denominator, for example, 1/2.You can type the numerator, a slash, and the denominator, for example, 1/2.You can type the numerator, a slash, and the denominator, for example, 1/2.You can type the numerator, a slash, and the denominator, for example, 1/2.

A unit fraction IS a fraction, but of a specific type where the numerator is 1. Thus 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, etc are all unit fractions.

Complex fraction Complex fraction - A complex fraction is a fraction where the numerator and/or denominator are a fraction. Decimal - A decimal is a number based on the number 10. It can be thought of as a special type of fraction where the denominator is a power of 10. Decimal point - A period or dot that is part of a decimal number.

You may simply need to type one slash two, or(NUMERATOR) / (DENOMINATOR)To type a mixed fraction, i suggest(WHOLE NUMBER) (NUMERATOR) / (DENOMINATOR)

It is division.

Creating fractions in Word depends on if it is a simple fraction, three-fourths for example, or a complex fraction, like the Quadratic Formula. Most simple fractions will automatically be changed to fraction form by Microsoft. Try typing 1/2 in a document and press the space bar afterward and watch it turn to ½. Complex fractions aren't so lucky. You will need to create a table that has 1 column and 2 rows. The first row will act as your numerator and the second row will be your denominator. When you create the table, it will automatically have borders, you will want to remove all the borders and only leave the line between the numerator and the denominator.

Type it into a calculator

You can't really type fractions, but you can use the divide function to create the fraction line, and imitate it in a way.

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Word should automatically correct your fractions unless you have disabled the option: Tools-> AutoCorrect (options)-> Auto Format As You Type

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