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-Denominator (what does it mean?) -Improper fraction -Mixed number fraction -Decimal fraction | Watch me to review! |
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vyom
11/2/2021 04:44:34 pm
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Himavanth
11/2/2021 04:55:51 pm
The numerator is the number of parts we are talking about.
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Timothy
11/2/2021 05:01:48 pm
3
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Kaitlin
11/2/2021 05:15:14 pm
here are some fraction math terms explained with examples!
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Mr. Fisher
11/2/2021 06:02:39 pm
@Kaitlyn-What importnat aspect are you missing regarding the denomie?
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Kaitlin
11/3/2021 10:49:50 am
number of equal parts, right! sorry, mr. fisher though thanks for reminding me
Timothy
11/2/2021 05:20:28 pm
The numerator is the number we are referring to
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Kevin
11/2/2021 05:34:48 pm
The numerator is the number we are talking about
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Elton
11/2/2021 06:22:07 pm
A numerator (numi) is the top part of the fraction; it shows how much pieces of the whole are there. If the numi is larger than the denomi, it is called a improper fraction.
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Kaila
11/2/2021 06:55:28 pm
A numerator is the number we are referring to for example 1/2 1 is the numerator. it is the top of a fraction.
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Ian
11/2/2021 07:13:14 pm
The numerator is the number we refer to. For example, the 3 in 3/6 is the numerator. denominator is the number of parts that make up a whole which the 6 in 3/6. If the numerator is larger than the denominator, it is called an improper fraction. 6/3 is an improper fraction. A mixed number when there is a whole number with the fraction like 1 2/3. An decimal fraction is a fraction presented by a decimal. 1/2 = 0.5.
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Austin
11/2/2021 07:15:25 pm
The numerator is the number that is being referred to for example in 5/6 5 is the numerator because it is the number that is referred to
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Leah
11/2/2021 07:48:16 pm
1. A numerator is the number of pieces being referred to in a fraction.
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Leah
11/3/2021 08:38:22 am
An example of a numerator and denominator is 3/6. 3 is the numerator and 6 is the denominator.
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Daniela
11/2/2021 07:48:22 pm
A fraction is made up of two things, being a numerator and a denominator. In 2/3 the numerator would be the number on top as it is the number of parts of the whole we are referring to. The denominator being the total number of parts that make up the whole. If I were to say 14/8 that would be an improper fraction, instead I could make it into a mixed number if I turned it into 8/8 6/8. A decimal fraction is when the fraction is in a decimal form for example 1/2 - 0.5 - 5 tenths
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Aliyah
11/2/2021 08:02:19 pm
The numerator is the number we are talking about. For example, in 3/4 3 is the numerator. The denominator is the equal amount of parts that make up a whole. In 1/4 4 is the denominator. An improper fraction is when the numerator is greater than the denominator, like in 6/4. A mixed fraction is a whole number that has a fraction like 1 1/3. A decimal fraction is when a fraction is repressed with a decimal. 1/2 = 0.5 (5 tenths)
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Waylon
11/2/2021 08:21:16 pm
A fraction represents a part of a whole or any number of equal parts. A fraction consists of a numerator displayed above a line, and a non-zero denominator, displayed below that line. Numerators and denominators are also used in fractions that are not common, including compound fractions, complex fractions, and mixed numerals. For example, 2/9, 3/6, and 7/2 are all different kinds of fractions.
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vyom
11/2/2021 09:08:06 pm
a numerator is the number that's being referred to for example 5/10 5 is the numerator because its the number that's being referred to.
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colleen
11/2/2021 09:08:25 pm
The numerator is the number that we are referring to. for example if we had 1/2 the numi would be the 1. The denominator is how many equal pieces something has been divided into. So in 1/2 the denominator would be the 2. An improper fraction would be when the numerator is bigger then the denominator. for example 15/4. A mixed number fraction comes from the improper fraction. For example in 15/4 there are 3 fours in 15 so on the side there would be a 3 and the leftovers are the numerator, so it would be 3 3/4 I think. And a decimal fraction is the she fraction is shown with decimals. For example instead of 1/2 it would be 0.5
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Palin
11/2/2021 09:08:27 pm
A numerator is the pieces that we are talking about for example 1/2, 1 would be the numerator
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Emily
11/2/2021 10:19:16 pm
The numerator is the top part of a fraction. It represents the number of equal parts being referred to.
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Emily
11/2/2021 10:21:56 pm
Adding to the decimal fraction part - this could also be 2/10, but I just simplified it into 1/5.
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Suhani
11/3/2021 12:59:42 am
Numerator and the denominator are very common in fraction. The numerator is on this top and it means How many equal parts we're talking about, and a denominator is how many whole equal parts it's divided into. For example, 3/4
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Angad
11/3/2021 01:37:36 pm
A numerator is the number of parts we are talking about.
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Ethan
11/3/2021 08:14:27 pm
A numerator is the top part of the fraction. A denominator is a number of equal parts that make a whole. A improper fraction is when the number is bigger then the denominator.
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