Q: When will a fraction not be a real number?

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You do not do anything. An improper fraction IS a real number.

A fraction is just a number. It's as real as any whole number (or decimal).

It does not, except that the fraction is a number in the complex field rather than real numbers.It does not, except that the fraction is a number in the complex field rather than real numbers.It does not, except that the fraction is a number in the complex field rather than real numbers.It does not, except that the fraction is a number in the complex field rather than real numbers.

A real or whole number.

it is a real fraction of time

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You do not do anything. An improper fraction IS a real number.

A fraction is just a number. It's as real as any whole number (or decimal).

Some real numbers can be expressed as a rational fraction.

It does not, except that the fraction is a number in the complex field rather than real numbers.It does not, except that the fraction is a number in the complex field rather than real numbers.It does not, except that the fraction is a number in the complex field rather than real numbers.It does not, except that the fraction is a number in the complex field rather than real numbers.

A real number is a rational number that can be expressed as a fraction whereas an irrational number can not be expressed as a fraction

A real or whole number.

it is a real fraction of time

0.1 is a real number and 1/10 is a fraction. It is a proper fraction.

Any number that can be made into a fraction is called a rational number, which also means it is a real number.

It is a negative mixed fraction or improper fraction, a rational number, a real number.

Yes, any number is a real number.

Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction. Not all real numbers are rational.