It is called "writing a fraction as an equivalent fraction with a larger denominator"!
A fraction cannot have only a numerator or only a denominator. When it has both, and the denominator is not zero, it is called a ratio or rational fraction.
The top part of the fraction is called the numerator. The bottom part of a fraction is called the denominator. Numerator, as, in 3/4, 3 is the numerator and 4 is the denominator. The top number of a fraction is called a numerator and the bottom is called the denominator.
It is called an algebraic fraction.
It is the equivalent of a whole number which has been renamed so that the denominator is not 1..
An improper fraction
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3/7 The top part of a fraction is called the numeratorand the bottom part of a fraction is called the denominator.
No, a fraction like 7/5 is called an improper fraction. If you write this as the equivalent 1 2/5 (one and two fifths), then it is called a mixed fraction.
The lower half of a fraction is called the denominator.
An improper fraction has a numerator greater than the denominator. When the numerator and denominator are equal, that's called "1."
they are called equivalent fractions EXT: 4/5 = 20/25 (times 5)
It is called the 'denominator'
It is called a denominator
It is called a complex fraction.
The number below the fraction is called the denominator.
if the numerator is bigger then the denominator it is called an improper fraction so you have to divide to get your regular fraction.
Build each fraction so that both denominators are equal.Remember, when adding fractions, the denominators must be equal. So we must complete this step first. What this really means is that you must find what is called a Common Denominator. So you solve this by using what's called the Least Common Denominator (LCD). In either case you will build each fraction into an equivalent fraction.Re-write each equivalent fraction using this new denominatorNow you can add the numerators, and keep the denominator of the equivalent fractions.Re-write your answer as a simplified or reduced fraction, if needed.I hope this helps!
That's an improper fraction.
it is called an improper fraction
It is called a unit fraction.