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.
The fraction 3/52 cannot be reduced any more.
It is in its simplest form or lowest terms.
The noun form for the adjective 'reducible' is reducibility.
My weight is reducible, if I was committed to the diet.
Reducible refers to a fraction that is not in its lowest terms. Ex. 27/90 To determine if a fraction is reducible check to see if there is a number that will divide into both terms. In this case both terms are divisible by the number 3. Dividing both by 3 yields 9/30. But each term here is also divisible by 3 yielding 3/10. Neither term is further divisible by any same whole number, thus this fraction is now irreducible.
Reducible interest is interest calculated as a percentage of the amount that remains owing on a loan.
Fermented forms of alcohol are reducible into more potent brews by the process of distillation.
no it is not reduceable
4 3/5 is equal to the improper fraction 23/5. It could also be represented by reducible fractions such as 46/10, 69/15, or 92/20.
For a fraction to be reducible, the top and bottom must have a factor in common. 16 factors to [2 2 2 2] 21 factors to [3 7] There are no common factors, so the fraction cannot be reduced.■