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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?

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โˆ™ 2013-05-25 02:59:25

Improper fractions, by definition, are greater than one and would therefore be closer to it than zero.

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How do you find the absolute value of an improper fraction?

If the improper fraction is greter than 0 it is the value of the improper fraction and if the improper fraction is less than 0, it is the negative of the value of the fraction.


What is an improper fraction for 125?

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What fraction is closest to 0?

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What is 9 and 0 over 6 as a improper fraction?

It is 54/6, but this fraction simplifies to 9.


Can an improper fraction have 0 as it's denominator?

no because then it would be undefined


Is 2-6 as a fraction closer to 0 or one half?

It is closer to a half.


What fraction is closer to 0?

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What is the fraction under the whole number 1?

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Suppose you get zero as the remainder when you divide the numerator of an improper fraction by the denominator what does that tell you?

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Why can an improper fraction be less than 1?

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What fraction is closer to 1 than to 0?

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Is 4 out of 8 closer to 0 or 1?

The fraction 4/8 is exactly midway between 0 and 1. It's not "closer" to either of them.


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

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Is it possible to have a probability that is an improper fraction?

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What fraction is closer and closest to 0?

-- Before I can name one that's closer, you have to give me a fraction, so I know what fraction mine has to be closer than. -- There's no such thing as "closest", unless you're looking at a list of permitted choices that you're not sharing.


Is one fourth closer to the benchmark fraction 0 or the benchmark fraction one half?

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Indicates the sum of a whole number and a fraction?

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What is 44 written as an mixed number and an improper fraction?

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