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Fractions

Types of Fractions Lowest Form of Fraction Conversion of Fraction Addition of Fractions Subtraction of Fractions
Multiplication of Fractions Properties of Division Division of Fraction Comparision of Fraction Reciprocal of a Fraction
Fraction in diagrammatic form Difference & Similarity between Fraction and Rational Numbers

Definition :-
Fraction means a part of a group or a region. A Fraction is written in the form of p/q; where both p and q are natural numbers & where q is not equal to zero.
here;
p = numerator
q = denominator
e.g. 2/3, 100/342, 4/3, 2/100, 3 3/2, 4/9, 6/9....etc


In other words, fraction has two parts:

Number above the division line is known as numerator
Number below the division line is known as denominator

Numerator represents “How many of the parts are taken”.
Denominator represents “Into how many equal parts the whole part is divided”.

For example




Following are some more topics related to Fractions for your further study :-

  • Types of Fractions
  • Lowest Form of Fraction
  • Conversion of Fractions
  • Addition of Fractions
  • Subtraction of Fractions
  • Properties of Multiplication of Fractions
  • Multiplication of Fractions
  • Properties of Division of Fractions
  • Division of Fractions
  • Reciprocal of a Fraction
  • Fraction in Diagrammatic Form


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