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# How do you write Japanese fractions?

Updated: 12/15/2022

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If you mean reading fractions and dividing in Japanese, it is done using 'waru' between numbers and 'amari' to state the remainder. E.g:

10 / 4 = 2, and remainder is 2 would be

Juu waru ni = ni, amari ni

Waru is written 割る.

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