How to reduce (simplify) the fraction ^{30}/_{108,054}? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

How to reduce (simplify) the fraction ^{73}/_{63}? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

How to reduce (simplify) the fraction ^{ - 103}/_{205}? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

Common ordinary fractions reduced (simplified) to the lowest terms: all the operations run by users, with explanations |

Convert the decimal number 8.29 | Jan 31 19:12 UTC (GMT) |

Convert the decimal number 18.1 | Jan 31 19:12 UTC (GMT) |

Convert the decimal number 1.7 | Jan 31 19:12 UTC (GMT) |

All the integers, terminating and repeating (recurring) decimal numbers converted to fractions, mixed numbers and turned into percentages |

Add the fractions: ^{26}/_{9} - ^{19}/_{44} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

Add the fractions: ^{18}/_{12} + ^{9}/_{12} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

Add the fractions: ^{12}/_{48} - ^{5}/_{38} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

All the operations with added fractions |

Subtract the fractions: - ^{39}/_{25} - ^{52}/_{16} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

Subtract the fractions: ^{32}/_{502,368} - ^{30}/_{11} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

Subtract the fractions: ^{23}/_{23,745} + ^{18}/_{4} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

All the operations with fractions subtractions |

Multiply the common ordinary fractions: 360 × ^{4}/_{9} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

Multiply the common ordinary fractions: - ^{85}/_{9} × - ^{10}/_{18} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

Multiply the common ordinary fractions: ^{12}/_{7} × ^{13}/_{4} = ? | Jan 31 19:13 UTC (GMT) |

All the common ordinary fractions multiplied by the users |

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.

- 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).