# dividing numerator and denominator by

you take the numerator and divide by the denominator. for example, if you had the fraction 1/2 you would divide 1 by 2 giving you 0.5.. . ]. You will then get a decimal, and then if you multiply the decimal 100 times you will get you the percentage of the fraction you started with.I think you round the numberator to the nearest number it could be divided into and go from there.Other way around. To get the decimal equivalent of any fraction, divide the numerator by the denominator.

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All fractions have three parts: a numerator, a denominator, and a division symbol. In the simple fraction, the numerator and the denominator are integers. . Answer. The numerator is 3, the denominator is 4, and the division symbol is -. . Answer. The numerator is -3, the denominator is 8, and the division symbol is -. . Answer. The numerator is 14, the denominator is -9, and the division symbol is -. . Answer. Although is a fraction, the fraction is not a simple fraction because the numerator is not an integer. Work the following problems and click on Answer to check your results. . . . .S.O.S MATHematics home page S.O.S. Mathematics CyberBoard. Copyright © 1999- MathMedics, LLC.

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Find out.In addition to hosting Math Dude, Jason Marshall works as a research scientist at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) studying the infrared light emitted by starburst galaxies and quasars. Jason obtained a Ph.D. from Cornell University, where he also taught many physics and astronomy classes, and a B.S. in Astrophysics from UCLA., we discovered that integers alone are not sufficient to fully describe the world around us—we need the fractions existing between the integers too. (In learning that, we also learned that fractions are not integers.) In fact, eventually we’re going to discover that even fractions won’t fully satisfy our needs! But we’ll leave that for a future article—there’s still much to learn about the fractional world first.In particular, today we’re going to take a deeper look at fractions and learn a few quick tips to help you understand exactly what numerators and denominators tell you.Before we get too far into the details of what the various parts of a fraction mean, let’s briefly review their anatomy.

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A whole number greater than one that is divisible by only 1 and itself. The numbers 2, 3, 5, 37, and 101 are some examples of prime numbers. The greatest common factor of two or more whole numbers is the largest whole number that divides each of the numbers. There are two methods of finding the greatest common factor of two numbers. Method 1: List all the factors of each number, then list the common factors and choose the largest one. The common factors are: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, and 18. The greatest common factor is: 18. Method 2 : List the prime factors, then multiply the common prime factors. The common prime factors are 2, 3, and 3.

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