A denominator is the bottom number of a fraction. It tells how many equal parts make up the whole. It also names the fraction, such as "half", "thirds", "fourth", etc.
1/4 - 4 is the denominator and the name of the fraction, one fourth or one quarter.
The denominator is the bottom number in a fraction. For example, if 3/4 was your fraction, the 4 would be your denominator.
The same numerator as which numerator and the same denominator as which denominator?
A Denominator. no problemo...The denominator.
You multiply the numerator and the denominator by the "conjugate" of the denominator. For example, if the denominator is root(2) + root(3), you multiply top and bottom by root(2) - root(3). This will eliminate the roots in the denonimator.
With a denominator of 100, 6% = 6/100
A common denominator is 7.A common denominator is 7.A common denominator is 7.A common denominator is 7.
zero can not be a denominator.
multiply denominator by denominator and vice versa
Like denominator is the same denominator as the nonzero numbers.
The denominator - before simplification.The denominator - before simplification.The denominator - before simplification.The denominator - before simplification.
The bottom one is the denominator (the top is numerator)
Numerator on top; denominator on the bottom.
The denominator of 12 is 1.
The least denominator is 1.
Denominator of 117 is 1
A denominator cannot be 0.
YES a fraction can be a denominator.