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A complex fraction has a fraction in the numerator or the denominator or both

A fraction that has a different sign to the first fraction.

Every fraction is an equivalent fraction: each fraction in decimal form has an equivalent rational fraction as well as an equivalent percentage fraction.

An improper fraction is a fraction. It can't become a proper fraction.

Or both. That's a complex fraction.

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The numerator of the fraction is 1.The numerator of the fraction is 1.The numerator of the fraction is 1.The numerator of the fraction is 1.

A complex fraction has a fraction in the numerator or the denominator or both

A fraction that has a different sign to the first fraction.

An equivilant fraction is a fraction that equals the same as another fraction when simplified.

That's a complex fraction.

Every fraction is an equivalent fraction: each fraction in decimal form has an equivalent rational fraction as well as an equivalent percentage fraction.

407 is an integer, not a fraction. It can be expressed as a fraction by writing it as 407/1.407 is an integer, not a fraction. It can be expressed as a fraction by writing it as 407/1.407 is an integer, not a fraction. It can be expressed as a fraction by writing it as 407/1.407 is an integer, not a fraction. It can be expressed as a fraction by writing it as 407/1.

An improper fraction is a fraction. It can't become a proper fraction.

There cannot be a whole fraction. If it is a fraction it is not whole and if it is whole it is not a fraction.

Improper fraction is greater than a proper fraction.

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