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### Quimson, judy ann

1. 1. “Fraction”
2. 2.  Is come from the latin word “fractus” which means broken. It represents a part of a whole or, more generally, any number of equal parts. Have three parts:
3. 3. NumeratorVinculumDenominator
4. 4. Is a mathematical expression which expresses part of a whole.The top (or the first) number in the fractionIt is displayed above a line (or before a slash).It answers the question, How many?
5. 5. Latin for "bond", "fetter", "chain", or "tie.Is a horizontal line used in mathematical notation.Line separating the numbers which means divide by.
6. 6. Displayed below (or after) that lineIndicates how many of those parts make up a whole.Bottom part of the fraction.It answer question, How many of what?
7. 7.  Can be classified either proper or improper, mixed numbers
8. 8. • Is fraction that the numerator and the denominator are both positive.• Is a fraction where the numerator (the top number) is less than the denominator (the bottom number).Examples are 1/8, 5/6
9. 9. Top heavy fractionIf the absolute value of the fraction is greater than or equal to 1.Examples are 9/8, 6/4, 8/5.
10. 10. Is the sum of a non-zero integer and a proper fraction.Is made up of a whole and a proper fraction.Example 1 ¼ , 5 ¾ ,
11. 11. Similar and Dissimilar Fraction
12. 12. • Fractions that has the same denominator.
13. 13. • Fractions that has different denominator