Q: What fraction is bigger than 1 5 but smaller than 1 4?

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You can subtract the bigger fraction by the smaller fraction and then put a minus sign in front of the answer.

When the numerators are the same, the bigger denominator gives the smaller fraction and the smaller denominator the bigger fraction. So 3 < 4 means that 1/3 > 1/4

(3 and any fraction less than 1) is always bigger than (1 and any fraction less than 1).

because a fraction usually is less than a value of 1. unless of course, its an improper fraction. Example: 7/10 is equal to .70 which is less than 1 1/1 is equal to 1.0 therfore, the fraction is smaller than the value of 1 o for heavens sake - you have one whole thing and you are cutting it up into smaller pieces therefore you have more pieces....and the answer looks bigger - ie you have one whole dollar and you divide it by 1/10 (dimes) now you have 10 dimes

You can have negative fractions so it depends. it depends if you have a negative fraction you could have -1/2 but 1/2 is bigger than -1/2. negative numbers will always be smaller than positive numbers.

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Bigger - the higher the denominator of a fraction, the smaller the 'piece'

15 1/2 is bigger than 12 but smaller than 34.

You can subtract the bigger fraction by the smaller fraction and then put a minus sign in front of the answer.

The answer is always bigger than one only if the fraction you are dividing by is smaller than the fraction you are dividing into. Any number divided by a smaller number is bigger than 1. To divide fractions you invert he demominator and multiply: 1/2 divided by 1/4 = 1/2 times 4 = 2

Well 1/49 is greater than 1/50 because the smaller the fraction, the bigger the number.

0.85 is smaller than 1. 3.4 is bigger than 1. "Bigger than 1" is bigger than "smaller than 1".

23/83 is one of infinitely many possible answers.

A fraction bigger than one is an improper fraction.

A millimetre is a fixed distance, whereas a decimal is a way of writing a value. The question is like asking if a foot is bigger than a fraction. A foot may be bigger than a fraction of a yard or a mile, but it is certainly not bigger than a proper fraction of an inch.

When the numerators are the same, the bigger denominator gives the smaller fraction and the smaller denominator the bigger fraction. So 3 < 4 means that 1/3 > 1/4

Not necessarily. -1/2 is a fraction which is less than 1.-10 * -1/2 = 5, a product which is bigger than -10.

1/8 or 1/5 or 1/6 or 1/10 any thing that is bigger than 4, (the denominator, bottom number of the fraction)