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Q: What is part of a fraction above the line which tells how many parts are being counted?

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If the fraction has been simplified, such a number does not exist.

It is 0.

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: 3/20 as a fraction in its lowest terms15/100or 3/20

It is the denominator of a fraction

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If the fraction has been simplified, such a number does not exist.

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.

If the fraction has been simplified then there is no such number and so it cannot have a name.

The numerator in a Fraction is the top number. It states how many parts are in use or are being shaded in. The denominator states how many parts there are.

Yes and it's the numerator of the fraction

It is the numerator.

i think it's numerator!

This information is generally not available: it is lost when a fraction has been simplified.

2 parts of fraction = the numerator and the denominator

2 parts in a fraction = numerator and denominator

12 parts are in a fraction bar

the number above the line in a common fraction shows how many of the parts indicated by the denominator are taken, for example, 2 in 2/3.

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