Unless it's negative, yes. Proper fractions are between -1 and 1.
its just using fractions but not more than once to make other fractions
A proper fraction is less than 1. Whenever you multiply something by a number < 1, the result (product) is less than the original number. So when you multiply a proper fraction by a number less one (such as another proper fraction, the product is less than the original proper fraction. The only time a product involving a given number is larger than the given number is when you multiply the given number by a number that is > 1. Since all proper fractions are < 1, products involving them are always less than the original given number.
Like fractions are the fractions which have the same denominator and unlike fractions are the fractions which do not have the same denominator.
You basically have to learn separately how to do different things with fractions, including finding a common denominator; converting fractions to a different denominator; simplifying fractions; adding and subtracting fractions; multiplying fractions; dividing fractions.
It depends on what you want to convert to proper fractions. Not all things can be converted to proper fractions.
Dissimilar fractions may or may not be proper fractions.
You don't. Proper fractions are less than one, improper fractions are greater.
Improper fractions can't become proper fractions. You can write 13/3 as a mixed number, which is 4 1/3.
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they are both fractions
Proper fractions are fractions having a numerator that is smaller than the denominator.A proper fraction is when its numerator is less than its denominator as for example 3/4
By definition, you can't convert between proper and improper fractions. You can convert improper fractions to mixed fractions, and vice versa.
proper factions are fractions under a whole number improper fractions are Example: proper: 1/2 improper: 3/2
Improper fractions cannot become proper fractions.
The three types of fractions are mixed, improper, and proper fractions.