A fraction names part of a region or part of a group. The top number of a fraction is called its numerator and the bottom part is its denominator. They are separated by a line called a "fraction bar."
That would be the denominator or bottom number of a fraction. This tells you the overall size of the fraction, while the numerator or top number, indicates how many parts of the fraction are there (i.e. 1/9 means you have one of 9 total parts).
It is 0.
It is the denominator of a fraction
The bottom number.
2 parts in a fraction = numerator and denominator
2 parts of fraction = the numerator and the denominator
12 parts are in a fraction bar
The shaded parts
There are three parts to a fraction, there is the numerator (the top number), the denominator (the bottom number) and the vinculum (the line in the middle which means 'divide by'-
How many parts of the total you have in the fraction.
A fraction is a way of representing a division of a 'whole' into 'parts'.
Fraction Basically means dividing different shape(or other things) into parts, and then finding out the numerator, which tells you the fraction.
The number of parts being counted is the numerator of a fraction The number of parts into which the whole has been divided is the denominator of a fraction.
In the original fraction it is the denominator but if the fraction has been simplified you are out of luck. There is no way to recover the value of the total (nor the parts) from a simplified fraction.
How many parts are available out of the total number of parts.
The denominator (bottom number) of a fraction tells you the number of equal parts (in a whole); The numerator (top number) of a fraction tells you how many of those parts. You have five parts out of 9 equal parts which is 5/9