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Fraction in diagrammatic form

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Fraction cans be represented in the form of diagram also.

e.g. In the following diagram; there is a rectangle which is divided into two equal parts.



One part is colored with green and other is left white.

So, if we need to represent colored part of the rectangle in form of fraction, it will be

Numerator = Colored part
Denominator = Total No of parts.

Hence, colored parts of rectangle can be written as

Similarly following diagrams can be represented in fractional forms, in the following way:






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