Q: Why cant you have the greatest fraction be lesstham 1?

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16/1 *The dash is the fraction bar; I cant find a real fraction bar on my keyboard

1/10 cant be simplified further.

A decimal would be as dividing its fraction's numerator by its denominator. For example: 1/2 = one divided by two = 0.5 and 1/4 = one divided by four: 0.25.

If the three digits are to be used once only then the greatest fraction is 54/3. If the required fraction is less than 1 then the solution is 5/34.

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You can have fractions larger than 1. For example, 9/8 is a fraction that is larger than 1, as is 100000000000000000000000/3. Thus, the greatest possible fraction in the universe is greater than 1.

1 is the greatest common factor of any fraction in lowest terms.

the fraction is in its simplest form

it cant be simply answered because it is an opinion!! some 1 could say that their dad is the greatest inventer si cant tell you that 1!!!!!!!SORRY!!!

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:)Sorry cant help

1/10 cant be simplified further.

16/1 *The dash is the fraction bar; I cant find a real fraction bar on my keyboard

A fraction is in its lowest terms when the greatest common factor of its numerator and denominator is 1

A fraction where the numerator and denominator have a GCF of 1 is said to be in its simplest form.

irrational means something that cant make a fraction !!1

When the GCF of the numerator and the denominator is 1.