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In a fraction, the numerator represent the part out of the denominator which represents the total. Neither need be rational (or even real).

Q: What is nominator and denominator?

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multiply the nominator and denominator of each fraction by the denominator of the other fraction

You multiply the whole number by the denominator, then whatever that answer is you add the nominator to it. Then that's your new nominator. But the denominator in the mixed number is still the denominator.

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here is an example if you want to convert an improper fraction 5 and 3\4 you would multiply the denominator 4 and the whole number 5 and then you add 3 the nominator so the answer would be 23 over 4

Yes, because if you multiply the nominator and denominator of three fifths by two you get six tenths. 3 times 2 = 6. 5 times 2 = 10. So 3/5 is equal to 6/10.

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There is no such term as the nominator. The numerator goes on top and the denominator on the bottom.

Divide the nominator by the denominator.

"The numerator and denominator are known as the fraction bar.”

It is a complex fraction.

Divide the top and bottom (nominator and denominator) by the largest number they both can be divided by. In this case 4/32 divide the nominator and denominator by 4. This equals 1/8.

Easy. Just divide the nominator with the denominator. Then you will get the decimal number.

multiply the nominator and denominator of each fraction by the denominator of the other fraction

To double a fraction double the numerator and keep the denominator unchanged.

To convert a proper fraction to an improper fraction you multiply the whole number by the denominator plus the nominator and put your answer in your nominator spot over your same denominator. EXAMPLE:7 and a half converted into a improper fraction would be 15 over 2.

Butterfly or cross multiply method the nominator of the first fraction times the denominator of the second and vise versa.

1) you spelled decimal and fractions wrong 2)you divide the number on top(nominator) with the number on the bottom(denominator)

The fraction with the greatest denominator and the greatest difference between nominator and denominator (number above and below the dividing line) has the lowers absolute value (is closest to zero).