Results for: Denomination

In Percentages, Fractions, and Decimal Values

What is a denominator?

A denominator is the bottom number of a fraction. It tells how manyequal parts make up the whole. It also names the fraction, such as"half", "thirds", "fourth", etc. For exam (MORE)
In Protestantism

Why do you have denominations?

Denominations, meaning a group of religious congregations having its own organization and a distinctive faith. I suppose the main reason being, that all denominations cannot a (MORE)
In Math and Arithmetic

How do you get common denominators?

Find the LCM of the denominators. Example: 1/30 and 1/42 Factor them. 2 x 3 x 5 = 30 2 x 3 x 7 = 42 Select the highest amount of each factor. 2 x 3 x 5 x 7 = 210, the Least C (MORE)
In Comparative Religions and Denominations

Is what is a denomination?

Denomination mean that Christianity believe variable way like in one god. There are many different Christian denomination and they believe in variable ways
In Comparative Religions and Denominations

What does denominator?

Denominator - the bottom number of a fraction. In the term "1/2" or "one-half," the one is the numerator (top number) and the two is the denominator. It is what the top number (MORE)
In Protestantism

What denominations are protestant?

There are many, many protestant denominations, but the historical ones are: Lutheran (started by Martin Luther in the Reformation) Reformed , including Presbyterian (st (MORE)
In Christianity

What is non-denominational versus denominational?

if you are non denominational you don't really care if a church is babtist, catholic, episcopal, nazarene, Mormon or any other denomintion of your religion, all you care is th (MORE)
In Percentages, Fractions, and Decimal Values

Why is a denominator called a denominator?

The word comes from the mid 16th cent.: from French dénominateur ormedieval Latin denominator, from denominare 'to name' The bottom number of a fraction names the fraction (MORE)
In Nouns

What is denominal?

The noun 'denominal' is a word derived from a noun. . examples: noun, fish; verb, fish : noun, village; noun, villager : noun, paper; verb, paper : adjective, paper . (MORE)