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Q: Explain how proper and improper fractions are alike?

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The answer depends on what they are meant to be alike and different from!

They are alike because both are just alike..

a pyramid and a cone are alike because they both have a flat side on the bottom and they can slide. they are different because a pyramid has 5 flat sides on the sides and 1 flat side on the bottom part. a cone can roll but a pyramid can't roll like the cone.

you change it to an improper fraction and then like this example: 24 than you find a ----- 8 common denomenator like this: 6 and 8 so now you have to see what 9 and 7 have --- --- 7 9 alike which is 63 and now you multiply it.

The only way they are both alike as if they a equilateral.

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Fractions are alike if they have the same denominators; otherwise they are different.

The answer depends on what they are meant to be alike and different from!

All of them have a numerator of 1.

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Unit fractions all have the same numerators but the denominators can be different.

"Un" means "not." Unlike fractions are not alike.

decimals fractions and percents are all alike because they show parts of 100, per 100(percent, cent representing for 100, century)

Those are two different ways to represent the same numbers (fractional numbers equal to, or greater than, one). For example, 1 1/2 (one and a half) is the same as 3/2.

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