Type1. Proper fraction
, where 2 < 5 (means the numerator is smaller then the denominator)
Type2. Improper fractions
, where 7 > 5(it means that the numerator is higher then the denominator)
Type 3. Mixed fractions
, here we have whole in front of the proper fraction
If we have a improper fraction (numerator is greater than the denominator) then we can get the whole of the fraction. To remove the whole of the fraction procedure:
If we have the fraction with a > b and we get: a : b = c rest r,
because 8 : 3 = 2 rest 2.
When we introducce integer in fractions we have the same denominator, but the numerator is obtained by the sum of the numerator and denominator given the product of the whole.
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