# Fractions

## Improper Fraction. Introducing whole fraction

#### Three types of fractions

**Type1.** ** Proper fraction**

, where 2 < 5 (means the numerator is smaller then the denominator)

**Type2. Improper fractions**

, where 7 > 5(it means that the numerator is higher then the denominator)

**Type 3. Mixed fractions**

, here we have whole in front of the proper fraction

#### Improper fractions

If we have a improper fraction (numerator is greater than the denominator) then we can get the whole of the fraction. To remove the whole of the fraction procedure:

- - do the division
- - quotient is the whole
- - the rest of the numerator of the fraction remaining subunit (which has the same ground as the initial fraction)

If we have the fraction with a > b and we get: *a* : *b* = *c* rest *r*,

then:

**Example:**

because 8 : 3 = 2 rest 2.

#### Introducing whole in fraction

When we introducce integer in fractions we have the **same denominator**, but the **numerator** is obtained by the sum of the numerator and denominator given the product of the whole.

**Example:**

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**Keywords: **
fractions, arithmetic, whole numbers, fractor

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