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A fraction with a numerator that is smaller than its denominator is less than one.

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How do you know that a fraction is closer to 0?

A fraction is close to zero if the numerator is small or if the denominator is large, or both.


What is the smallest fraction with two digit numerator and three digit denominator?

10/100, of course. If you want an irreducible fraction, that would be 10/101.To get a superlatively small fraction, you need a small numerator and a large denominator; therefore the correct answer is 10/999.


Why can you divide the numerator of an improper fraction by its denominator?

because you can not divide numerator (the small number) by the a denominator (the big number) like this: 12 < not this --- 12 divided by 7 5 7 < first this the answer is 1--- 7


What is a fully reduced fractions?

A fully reduced fraction is the one which is reduced to the lowest terms by finding an equivalent fraction in which the numerator and denominator are as small as possible.


How do you make the number of fraction more small?

You look for common factors in the numerator and denominator. Then you divide both by the common factor. For example, in 6/9, both numbers are divisible by 3. If you divide them by 3, you get the equivalent fraction 2/3. Or you can divide the denominator and the numerator (the bottom and top numbers) by the same number. eg. 2/8 could become 1/4 because I divided the (first) fraction by 2


How can you tell if the improper fraction is closer to a 0 or 1?

An improper fraction is one where the numerator is bigger than the denominator. For example 3/2 or 10/3. So if you were to divide a big number by a small number, would your answer be less than 1?


Which fraction is closest to zero?

There is no such thing as "closest". If you name a fraction, then no matter how small it is, I can always name one that's smaller ... all I have to do is make the denominator bigger than yours, and my fraction is closer to zero than yours is.


What is 4.65 as a fraction with a denominator of 48?

There is no such fraction. 223/48 is too small and 224/48 is too large.


Why is 5 out of 6 less than 13 out of 15?

5 out of 6 is smaller than 13 out of 5 because if you change the whole fraction, 5 out of 6 would be smaller by 1.When the denominator is the same, the numerator with a small number than the other fraction than it is less than.


How do you simlify Fractions?

Well for one, it means you make both the denominator and the numerator as small a number as possible, but equals the same as the original fraction. To simplify you have to have a fraction that has a denominator and numerator that can both be divided by the same number. (For example) 4/30 can be divided by 2. 4 divided by 2 is 2, and 30 divided by 2 is 15 so the new fraction would be 2/15. (Another example) 14/28 can be divided by 2 also but both numbers can also be divided by 14. 14 divided by 14 is 1, and 28 divided by 14 is 2. So the final answer is 1/2.


How can you compare 2 fractions?

You can convert both into equivalent fractions with the same denominator. Then the fraction with the smaller numerator is the smaller number. Converting to percentages is the same: the common denominator is 100 and the numerators are the percentages.Alternatively, you could convert both into equivalent fractions with the same numerator and then the fraction with the larger denominator is the smaller fraction. This is a better method when the numerators are small and the denominators are large.Suppose you were required to compare 4/93 and 3/71 (extreme example). The conventional method would require you to find the common denominator, which is 6603. Then the equivalent fractions can be calculated as 4/93 = 284/6603 and 3/71 = 279/6603. Since the second numerator is smaller, the second fraction, 3/71, is smaller. All this requires some serious calculations.Using the alternative method, the least common numerator is 12 so that the equivalent fractions are 4/93 = (4*3)/(93*3) = 12/279, and 3/71 = (3*4)/(71*4) = 12/284. The second denominator, 284, is larger so the second fraction is smaller.*** WARNING ***This is a perfectly valid method but, but it is somewhat unconventional. It may not be one that is approved in many schools. Make sure you have an open minded teacher before using it for school work.


What is simlfy mean in a fraction?

I think you mean what simplify means? It's just making the numbers as small as possible, yet fitting to the equivalent fractions.For instance, two-sixth can be simplified to one-third. That is, finding the highest common factor for both of the numerator and the denominator, and then dividing both of them with that number.

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