## The English Journal of Education, Volumen 10 |

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... be shown to be capable of being represented in the form of a vulgar fraction,

leaving for its

fractions give the same decimal for a quotient, their numerators and

... be shown to be capable of being represented in the form of a vulgar fraction,

leaving for its

**denominator**a power of ten. ... he will easily understand that, if twofractions give the same decimal for a quotient, their numerators and

**denominators**... Página 373

... instead of giving the mechanical rule, " Multiply the numerators together and

then the

combined ; we divide a fraction by making its parts smaller, or multiplying the

... instead of giving the mechanical rule, " Multiply the numerators together and

then the

**denominators**," — a rule which is ... a division and multiplicationcombined ; we divide a fraction by making its parts smaller, or multiplying the

**denominator**... Página 375

The second term of a fraction signifies into how many equal parts I have divided

the whole, and is called the

Which is the numerator, — which the

five ...

The second term of a fraction signifies into how many equal parts I have divided

the whole, and is called the

**Denominator**. Repeat that. Pronounce a fraction.Which is the numerator, — which the

**denominator**of this fraction 1 In the fractionfive ...

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j □ J&: If ijfcLwant to write a fraction, we use two figures, one for the numeraritor^

rthe other for the

line beneath, and write the

j □ J&: If ijfcLwant to write a fraction, we use two figures, one for the numeraritor^

rthe other for the

**denominator**. The numerator is written. , » first ; then we draw aline beneath, and write the

**denominator**under it. ». "' ' , JS&A. 'want to write the ... Página 377

M. Let us now consider two fractions which have the^fciJiuiu'Hk, rator, but

different

I have divided the whole, you will now at once be able to say whether a fraction

with a ...

M. Let us now consider two fractions which have the^fciJiuiu'Hk, rator, but

different

**denominators**. ... As the**denominator**signifies into how many equal partsI have divided the whole, you will now at once be able to say whether a fraction

with a ...

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