   # Basic Fraction Examples

Basic Fraction Examples. Keep the denominator the same. For example, 1/3, 2/6, 3/9, 4/12 are all equivalent fractions.

The whole fraction, as shown in the. In fraction form this looks like: Becky, merry and john want to share a chocolate bar evenly.

### Fractions Involves Dividing A Whole Into Smaller Parts Or Breaking Up A Big Group Into Smaller Groups, So We Can Get The Same Size Even If We Divide In Different Ways.

The denominator is shown on the bottom of the fraction. A reciprocal is what you multiply a number by to get the value of one. Add or subtract the numerators.

### The Line That Divides The Numerator And Denominator.

When we divide a whole into equal parts, each part is a fraction of the whole. Reduce the answer, if possible. To convert the given decimal to the fractional value by writing the given number without decimals and making the denominator equal to \ (1\) followed by the zeroes and number of zeroes equal to the number of decimal places.

### The Whole Fraction, As Shown In The.

3 out of 5 are girls. Becky, merry and john want to share a chocolate bar evenly. In the above example, 8 is the denominator.

### The Numerator Is The Digit That

The basics of fractions explain the top and bottom numbers of a fraction. Flip the divisor into a reciprocal. 2 out of 5 are boys.

### The Fraction With Smallest Numerator Is The Smallest.

Example we can even write any whole number as a fraction, in many diﬀerent ways. Fractions also represent parts of a set or collection. 3 1/4 cups of flour. 