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Q: What fraction is next to the number one on a number line?

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Create a number line from zero to one where the gradations are in tenths.

There are infinitely many fractions. 0.15666666666682 is one example.

The one that shows 3 and 3/4 or 15/4

A number 3 is one third as a fraction, or expressed as 1/3 (one over three).

A fraction.

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Create a number line from zero to one where the gradations are in tenths.

Usually either by writing one number on top of the other, with a horizontal line, like this: 1 - 2 Or one next to the other, with a slash in between, like this: 1/2

If you are talking about it on the number line, there is no such fraction because the base/denominator of the fraction can get very high. As in there is no maximum limit to numbers and there is also no limit to the maximum denominator. The bigger the denominator, the smaller the fraction is and the closer it is to one on the number line. Therefore if you are talking about the number line then it will be like 1/x. If you are talking about in terms of value, then 1/2 is the closest.

It is usually the biggest number in each elements box otherwise it is the number that is next in line from the one in front or behind the next element

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The line separating the numerator and denominator when displayed as one number over another is called Vinculum, or sometimes referred to as the fraction bar. If the line is a slanting line (such as in "9/10"), it's referred to as the solidus.

There are infinitely many fractions. 0.15666666666682 is one example.

The line over a fraction number means division. For example 2/4. 4 divided by 2 is 2. Add to the the numerator and you get 4/4. 4/4 is equal to one whole.

you have to make a number line and show your work

The one that shows 3 and 3/4 or 15/4

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

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