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Q: What is the numerator and denominator of eight twelfths?

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In fractions, the numerator states the number of parts out of the whole. The denominator states how many parts in the whole. For example: If you slice a pizza and there are eight (8) slices, the denominator is eight (8). Now, if you eat two of those slices you ate two, the numerator, out of eight, the denominator.

In fractions, the numerator states the number of parts out of the whole. The denominator states how many parts in the whole. For example: If you slice a Pizza and there are eight (8) slices, the denominator is eight (8). Now, if you eat two of those slices you ate two, the numerator, out of eight, the denominator.

you multiply the numerator by the numerator and the denominator by the denominator.

Denominator = Numerator/Value

None. Multiply numerator by the numerator and denominator by denominator.

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The numerator is 5 (five) and the denominator is 12 (twelve).

2/3. You find the greatest common factor of both the numerator and denominator (if it is possible), and divide both by that number.

In fractions, the numerator states the number of parts out of the whole. The denominator states how many parts in the whole. For example: If you slice a Pizza and there are eight (8) slices, the denominator is eight (8). Now, if you eat two of those slices you ate two, the numerator, out of eight, the denominator.

In fractions, the numerator states the number of parts out of the whole. The denominator states how many parts in the whole. For example: If you slice a pizza and there are eight (8) slices, the denominator is eight (8). Now, if you eat two of those slices you ate two, the numerator, out of eight, the denominator.

Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, by dividing both the numerator and denominator by 4, 8/12 becomes 2/3.8/12 reduced is 2/3

12 is the denominator of 3/12 (three twelfths)

just over fifty-eight 7/12 x 100 = 700/12 = 58.333%

A fraction has a numerator and a denominator.

you switch the numerator with the denominator then multiply the numerator first then the denominator.

The same numerator as which numerator and the same denominator as which denominator?

numerator by numerator, denominator by denominator

In fractions, the numerator states the number of parts out of the whole. The denominator states how many parts in the whole. For example: If you slice a Pizza and there are eight (8) slices, the denominator is eight (8). Now, if you eat two of those slices you ate two, the numerator, out of eight, the denominator.

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