Q: What is a fraction whose numerator is larger than the denominator?

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Yes.

An example would be: 14 over 8. That could be converted into 1 and 6 over 8, which you can simplify into 1 and 3 over 4.

Take ANY fraction as the first fraction. Make sure it is either a proper fraction, or written as an improper fraction. For example, 7/4. For the other fraction, simply exchange the numerator and the denominator; in this example, that would be 4/7.

In general, not usually.The square root of an irrational number is always irrational.The square root of a rational number is usually irrational, but not always. You can tell by this test:If both the numerator and denominator of the number expressed as a simplified fraction are perfect square numbers (a number whose square root is a whole number), then the square root of the whole fraction will be rational.Example: Sqrt(4) =2 (the positive one). Sqrt(1) = 1. Both are perfect squares.So sqrt(1/4) = sqrt(1)/sqrt(4) = 1/2. Another one: sqrt(4/9) = 2/3.

No negative number can have a real square root.When you acquire enough math to work with imaginary numbers,you'll be able to express the square root of -52 as j7.2111 (rounded).

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Question seems to be a bit ambiguous but if numerator>denominator it's an improper fraction else, it's a proper fraction.

a fraction that has a numerator equal to the denominator is one: a fraction who's numerator is greater that the denominator is an improper fraction.

A proper fraction is a fraction whose numerator is less than the denominator.

An improper fraction has a numerator greater than the denominator. When the numerator and denominator are equal, that's called "1."

-- Any fraction whose denominator is a factor of its numerator is equivalent to a whole number. -- Any fraction whose numerator and denominator are the same number is equivalent to ' 1 '.

It is an improper fraction.

An improper fraction has a numerator greater than the denominator. When the numerator and denominator are equal, that's called "1."

No. An improper fraction is a fraction whose numerator is larger than the denominator

That's an improper fraction.

An improper Fraction

Such a fraction is in simplest terms.