Q: How is a division problem similar to a fraction?

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Division

Yes.

-- A fraction is just a shorthand way of writing a division problem. When you see a fraction, it means (the top number) divided by (the bottom number). -- Take the fraction. Set up the division problem, and do the division. -- The answer to the division is the decimal form of the fraction. -- Take the decimal form. Move the decimal point in it two places to the right. Now you have the percent that's equal to the fraction.

divisor

The number which is on top of the division problem is the answer, obviously, or the quotient. :) The top number of a fraction is the numerator.

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when you are writing a division problem as a fraction u take the remainder of your problem and make it the numerator and make the number you are dividing by the denominator

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Yes.

When the numerator and denominator of the division do not have a common factor.

-- A fraction is just a shorthand way of writing a division problem. When you see a fraction, it means (the top number) divided by (the bottom number). -- Take the fraction. Set up the division problem, and do the division. -- The answer to the division is the decimal form of the fraction. -- Take the decimal form. Move the decimal point in it two places to the right. Now you have the percent that's equal to the fraction.

divisor

The number which is on top of the division problem is the answer, obviously, or the quotient. :) The top number of a fraction is the numerator.

Fractions are division problems. The line in a fraction can be read as "divided by." 2/3 is actually 2 divided by 3.

Usually a remainder, decimal or fraction; depending on how you are doing your division

Yes, EVERY fraction is a division problem. .999 is 999/1000 (999 divided by 1000)

two divided by four = 2/4