First, find LCM of the numerators. Express the fractions using the obtained LCM as their numerators. Then consider the denominators. Then, the smaller the denominator is the larger fraction. It inversely hold.
Determining Fraction Having Value Between two Fraction
Among two different fraction, there must be fraction having value between the two fractions.
The denominators of two fractions are equalized first, and determine which fraction located between the two fraction.
In case no fraction is obtained, change the denominators to be twice greater of the previous one.</li></ul>Example :<br />Determine a fraction located between 58 and 34 !<br /><ul><li>Equalizing denominators
Since no intended fractions are obtained, each denominators is made bigger that the following is obtained.</li></ul>58=1016<br />68=1216<br />Then, between 1016 and 1216 is 1116 <br /><ul><li>Operation Of Fraction
OPERATIONPROPERTIESFORMAdditionCommutativeab+cd= cd+abAssociativeab+cd+ef= ab+cd+ efSubstractionInvers of additionab-cd= ab+-cdMultiplicationCommutativeabxcd= cdxabassociativeabxcdxef= abxcdxefDistributiveabxcd±ef= a x cb x d±a x eb xfDivisionInvers of Multiplicationab :cd= ab x dc