The "fraction bar" that we usually call it is actually called the vinculum.
The number on the bottom of the fraction bar is first, then divide that by the top number :)
An irrational number is a number that cannot be expressed as a fraction. So whole numbers and fractions are out. You can then just make a number like 6.34298374923743333333. You put a bar over the 3 so it repeats, and the number cant be expressed as a fraction, makin git an irrational number.
No. Any number you can completely write down with digits, plus a fraction bar or a decimal point if you need one, is rational.
-- Any number that you can completely write down using digits, and a decimal point or fraction bar if needed, is rational. -- A rational number is defined as one that can be written as a fraction using whole numbers. -19 can be written as the fraction -19/1 .
The number below the fraction bar in a fraction is the denominator. The number above the fraction bar is the numerator.
The numerator is the top number in the fraction and the bottom number is called the denominator.
It is called the numerator. The bottom one is the denominator.
It is called a numerator.
You have to divide the numerator (the number above the fraction bar) by the denominator (the number below thefraction bar) to get a fraction to a decimal.
It "enumerates" the portion of items being discussed.
Example: five eighths divided by two Treat the whole number as a number divided by one Bracket the fraction above the fraction bar and the number below the bar. So: (5/8) / (2/1) Now invert the bottom line and multiply with the top line: 5/8 * 1/2 and multiply out: = 5 / 16
It is the denominator.
The bottom number. The number under or after the fraction bar.