It may be a whole number, or it may be another fraction.
1/2 divided by 1/4 = 2 (whole number)
1/2 divided by 1/3 = 3/2 (a fraction).
There's an infinite number of fractions possible between any two consecutive whole numbers.FOOTNOTE: Still, there are as many "whole" numbers are there are fractions. Paradoxically, there are more decimalnumbers greater than zero but smaller than one than there are "whole" numbers.
You simply put the whole number over one making it a fraction then you flip the reciprocal and divide the two fractions insted of multiplying.
Fractions and decimals are different ways of notating the same thing: a number that falls between two whole numbers. In its simplest form, think about a distance or a value that is exactly halfway between 3 and 4 of something. As a mixed number, that would be 3 and 1/2 As a fraction, that would be 7/2 As a decimal, that would be 3.5 Some people refer to mixed fractions or decimal fractions to underscore the fact that they're all the same.
No Because a fraction is written in two parts a whole is just 1 or 10 or just a number which is equal has no left over fractions or decimals . Hope this helped!!
complex fractions can be multiplied when you have two fractions multiplied and equal a whole number.
It is a prime number. And the appropriate word is factors, not fractions.
It can be but need not be.
The sum of two numbers is a whole number if both of the numbers are whole numbers, or if the sum of two fractions can be simplified to a whole number.
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The fractions could add up to a whole number.
That's a common denominator.
Whole numbers means no decimal places have to be represented and no fractions can be associated with it. so 80 is a whole number and the whole number before it is 79 and the whole number after it is 81
"a whole number that is a factor of two or more nonzero whole numbers is a ___ of the numbers" The answer is "Common Factor". "a whole number that is a factor of two or more nonzero whole numbers." from Ch. 4 - Factors, Fractions, and Exponents, link provided.
Whole numbers are numbers that do not have important decimal places present or any fractions associated with it. The number 14 is a whole number and the whole number after it is 15 and the whole number before it is 13.
No. Each mixed number is made of a whole number and a fraction. When you add them, you have the sum of two whole numbers and two fractions. Since each whole number must be at least ' 1 ', the sum of two whole numbers must be at least ' 2 ', and the two fractions will always make it more than ' 2 '.
May be a whole number, a mixed number, or another fraction, depending on what the original two fractions are.