Q: What tells how many equal parts are used shaded etc?

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The top number tells how many of the pieces you're taking, after you've cut up the whole thing into the bottom number of pieces.

An exponent

The exponent.

It is the denominator of the fraction as for example 3/4 whereas 4 is the denominator and 3 is the numerator

It is the denominator of a fraction

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What Tells How Many Equal Parts There Are In The Whole? Well, I think the answer is... Denominator!!!!!!

How many parts are available out of the total number of parts.

denominator

The top number tells how many of the pieces you're taking, after you've cut up the whole thing into the bottom number of pieces.

Count how many parts there are in total (both shaded and unshaded) and write this as the denominator (bottom number) of the fraction. Count how many shaded parts there are and write this as the numerator (top number) of the fraction. You now have the fraction of the whole that is shaded.

The denominator.

the denominator

The denominator is the bottom number of the fraction. It tells how many parts in all. The numerator is the top number of the fraction which tells you the number of parts considered.

The number in a fraction that tells how many equal parts are in the whole or group is called the denominator. It is the bottom number of the fraction and represents the total number of equal parts that make up the whole.

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

It is the denominator.