a fraction that has a numerator equal to the denominator is one: a fraction who's numerator is greater that the denominator is an improper fraction.
Any real number can be the denominator in a fraction. A fraction is a way of expressing one number (the numerator, the "top" number in a fraction) by another (the denominator, "bottom number.") So it is possible to have a denominator of 100.
If the fraction has a greater numerator than the denominator than the fraction is greater than one If the fraction has a numerator less than the denominator than the fraction is less than one If the numerator and the denominator are the same numbers than the fraction is equal to one **The numerator is the top number; the denominator is the bottom number**
YES a fraction can be a denominator.
A fraction with a numerator that is smaller than its denominator is less than one.
If a fraction's numerator and denominator have no factors other than one in common, the fraction cannot be simplified except if the denominator is 1, in which case the fraction can be simplified to the whole number of the numerator.
The one where the denominator is the same and the numerator is the whole number multiplied by the denominator plus the numerator of the fraction.
When a the GCF of the numerator and denominator of a fraction is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form.
A denominator is the bottom number of a fraction. It tells how many equal parts make up the whole. It also names the fraction, such as "half", "thirds", "fourth", etc. For example: 1/4 - 4 is the denominator and the name of the fraction, one fourth or one quarter. The denominator is the bottom number in a fraction. For example, if 3/4 was your fraction, the 4 would be your denominator.
1/36 is one such fraction.
It is called a unit fraction.
The one at the top.