Q: What happens as the numerator gets bigger?

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When the numerator gets bigger, the fraction gets bigger; that is, it has a greater value The opposite is true if the denominator gets bigger; in this case the the fraction gets smaller; that is, it has a lesser value

it gets bigger

if they have the same denominator, you just look at the numerator and if your seeing which one's bigger, then the one with the bigger numerator is obviously bigger.

If the denominators are the same then it will have a bigger numerator or change them into decimals and then compare them.

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When the numerator gets bigger, the fraction gets bigger; that is, it has a greater value The opposite is true if the denominator gets bigger; in this case the the fraction gets smaller; that is, it has a lesser value

It is then an improper or 'top heavy' fraction

The fraction gets smaller or increases, depending on whether the numerator and denominator are positive or negative.

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As m, in the equation y=mx+b, gets bigger the line begins to get steeper.

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i think it gets bigger

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