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Q: You are a fraction in simplest form The sum of your numerator and your denominator is 9 The product of your numerator and denominator has neither a nor an 8 in it What fraction are you?

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It is neither the numerator nor the denominator but the fraction that they represent.

Zero can be neither the numerator nor the denominator of a fraction.

You know a fraction is in its simplest form when neither the numerator (the number on top) nor the denominator (the number on bottom) have any prime factors in common, in other words, when their GCF is 1.

In a fraction, the numerator represent the part out of the denominator which represents the total. Neither need be rational (or even real).

Since the numerator of the fraction is prime, the proper fraction 19/27 is already expressed in its simplest form. * * * * * Correct answer, wrong reason. The requirement is that the numerator and denominator are coprime, not that either of them is prime. For example, 19/38 can be simplified to 1/2 even though the numerator is prime. Conversely, 8/9 cannot be simplified even though neither the numerator nor the denominator are prime.

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well 1 is the only number that is neither prime or a composite number

A complex fraction has a fraction in the numerator, denominator, or both. As with all fractions, it implies division, so apply the rules of dividing by a fraction, invert the divisor and multiply. EX: (a/b) / (c/d) means (a/b) divided by (c/d) = (a/b) x (d/c) = (ad) / (bc) and as always reduce if possible. EX: (2/3) / (3/5) = (2/3) x (5/3) = 10/9 = 1 1/9

-- Some fractions are equal to mixed numbers (example 4/3). Some are not ( example 2/3). -- The fraction can be re-written as a whole number only if its numerator is a multiple of its denominator. -- If its numerator is greater than its denominator but not a multiple of it, then the fraction can be re-written as a mixed number. -- If neither condition is true, then the fraction can't be re-written as either a mixed number or a whole number.

Yes. The square root of a fraction is the square root of the numerator over the square root of the denominator. First simplify the fraction (making mixed numbers into improper fractions). Now consider the numerator and denominator separately as whole numbers. Only perfect squares (the squares of whole numbers) have rational square roots. If either, or both, of the numerator and denominator is not a perfect square, the square root of the fraction will be irrational √(11/6) = (√11)/(√6). Neither 11 nor 6 is a perfect square, thus √(11/6) is irrational.

Some are and some are not.Decimal fractions which are neither terminating nor recurring represent irrational numbers.A fraction in the form of a ratio, in its simplest form, where either the numerator or the denominator is irrational (or both) are irrational.

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310 is an integer: it is neither a fraction not a mixed number.

264 is an integer; it is neither a fraction not a mixed number.

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