Vikidia currently has 4,575 articles. Improve it! |
Join Vikidia: create your account now and improve it! |
Fraction
Jump to navigation
Jump to search
A fraction is a number that has 2 numbers with a line between. Fractions show division which is why proper fractions are less than a whole. Fractions have decimal form and some fraction in decimal form are repeating.
A list of fractions[edit | edit source]
This list is fractions to decimal form. Rounded to the ten thousandths place, except for very long decimals that actually end. This fraction list goes to 1/20, you are welcome to add more^{[1]}.
Note : The overline symbol means repeating.
Types of fractions[edit | edit source]
- Proper fraction: A fraction less than 1. 3/4
- Improper fraction: A fraction greater than 1, 16/3 = 5 1/3 Note that improper fractions needs to turn into a mixed number.
- Mixed number: Fraction that has a whole attached to it, 3 2/7.
- Improper mixed number: Improper fraction attached to a whole, 6 7/2 = 9 1/2.
- Fraction equal to a whole: This happens if the numerator is a multiple of the denominator, 50/10 = 5.
- Simplified fraction: A fraction in its simplist form, 3/8. Note that all unit fractions are in its simplist form.
- Unsimplified fraction: A fraction that can be simplified, 6/9 = 2/3. To simplify the fraction, find the greatest common factor (GCF) and divide it by the greatest common factor.
- Unit fraction: A fraction that has a 1 in its numerator, 1/5. Note that unit fractions cannot be simplified