This is ancient version of calculla.com

left here for archival purposes.

All calculators should still work, but you can't be sure.

We also don't update them anymore, so expect outdated info.

We suggest to move to new version of Calculla.com

by clicking the link: Fractions

left here for archival purposes.

All calculators should still work, but you can't be sure.

We also don't update them anymore, so expect outdated info.

We suggest to move to new version of Calculla.com

by clicking the link: Fractions

Fraction explorer - it displays info related to given fraction. Simply enter a fraction and get equal proper fraction, improper (top-heavy) fraction and simplified fraction. Displays also numerator and denominator factors.

Some facts

- Fractions let you express
**part of a whole**, eg. half of the cake can be written as 1/2, and a quarter of chocolate as a 1/4. **Fractions**consists of two numbers separated by a hyphen. Number listed above the line is called**numerator**, and under line**denominator**.- Fractions where
**numerator is greater than denominator**e.g. 5/4 are correct too. These type of fractions represent number**greater than one**. They are called**improper fractions**or**heavy top fractions**. - Fractions with
**numerator less than denominator**e.g. 1/2 are called**proper fractions**. - Fraction slash can be replaced by a division sign.

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Tags and links to this site

Tags:

fraction · simplifying_fractions · extending_fractions

Tags to Polish version:

ulamek · ulamki · skracanie_ulamkow · rozszerzanie_ulamkow

fraction · simplifying_fractions · extending_fractions

Tags to Polish version:

ulamek · ulamki · skracanie_ulamkow · rozszerzanie_ulamkow