# Fractions: theory & online calculators. Automatically perform operations with fractions, followed by step by step, detailed explanations. Learn by the examples that you solve out

## The latest fractions reduced to the lowest terms

 26/65 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) 742/4 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) 81/763 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) see more... reduced fractions

## The latest integers, terminating and repeating (recurring) decimal numbers converted to fractions and turned into percentages

 0.69 = ? Jan 18 15:47 UTC (GMT) 5.6625 = ? Jan 18 15:46 UTC (GMT) - 0.3843 = ? Jan 18 15:45 UTC (GMT) All the integers, terminating and repeating (recurring) decimal numbers converted to fractions, mixed numbers and turned into percentages

## The latest fractions compared and sorted in ascending order

 1/3 and 34/100? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) 4/7 and 11/19? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) - 17/37, - 13/33, - 19/34, - 21/25? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) see more... compared fractions see more... sorted fractions

## The latest fractions compared and sorted in ascending order

 1/3 and 34/100? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) 4/7 and 11/19? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) - 17/37, - 13/33, - 19/34, - 21/25? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) see more... compared fractions see more... sorted fractions

## (5) Online calculator: Add ordinary (simple) fractions

 40/9 - 29/16 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) - 78/26 + 20/25 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) 38/44 - 33/39 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) see more... added fractions

## The latest subtracted fractions

 - 56/5,351 + 76/18 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) 33/11 + 41/23 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) 51/26 - 52/81 - 41/40 + 61/82 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) see more... subtracted fractions

## The latest fractions multiplied

 18/27 × - 13/20 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) 36/3 × 14/10 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) - 161/465 × - 14/12 = ? Jan 18 15:48 UTC (GMT) see more... ordinary (common) fractions multiplied by users

## Ordinary fractions: what are they?

If we have to divide evenly 6 apples to 3 children, then we perform the operation:

• 6÷3 = 2
• so we know that each child will get 2 apples.

If we have to divide evenly 2 apples to 3 children, then we perform the operation:

• 2÷3 = ?
• this operation has no solution in the set of natural numbers;
• however we will be able to divide the apples with the help of a knife: the quantity of apple for each child will be defined using the fraction 2/3
• all similar cases lead to fractions.

### Fractions are formed by dividing numbers:

• each fraction has the form a/b
• "a" is the numerator, written above the fraction bar;
• "b" is the denominator, written below the fraction bar; "b" may not be zero;
• "b" shows us in how many equal parts "a" has been divided;
• the value of the fraction is calculated by dividing the numerator, "a", by the denominator, "b":
• "a"÷"b"
• these fractions, in which both the numerator and the denominator are integers, are called ordinary fractions (also called normal, or simple).