Regular fractions are the fractions with a numerator that is less than the denominator and irregular fractions are fractions with a denominator less than the numerator.
to order fractions you can cross multiply two fractions at a time or you can convert all the fractions into decimals.
You're only supposed to ask one question at at time but here we go:- 1 Fractions are parts of whole numbers or integers 2 Fractions less than 1 are common fractions 3 Fractions greater than 1 are improper fractions 4 Fractions have denominators which are underneath their numerators 5 Fractions are separated by a solidus line such as n/d 6 Fractions that are improper can be changed into mixed numbers 7 Fractions can be changed into decimals 8 Fractions can be converted into percentages 9 Fractions are rational numbers 10 Fractions can not be derived from irrational numbers 11 Fractions need a LCD when adding or subtracting them 12 Fractions can be easily multiplied and divided 13 Fractions can be equivalent such as 2/3 = 4/6 14 Fractions can be simplified by finding their HCF 15 Fractions use prime numbers to find the LCM of different denominators 16 Fractions were once used by the ancient Romans to a limited extent
there are fractions in whole steps
By eliminating the fractions
fractions that have the same value.
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10/28 and 15/42
7/9, 14/18, 21/27
357/714 and 588/1176
8/2, 12/3, 16/4
4/5. 8/10, 12/15 and so on.
2 over 9 or 4 over 7
the equivalent fractions for 9 over 4 = 18/8, 27/12, 36/16, 45/20, 54/24, 63/28,...
It is any one of infinitely many fractions of the form (4*n)/(9*n) where n is a no-zero integer.