Fraction of a complete numbers are defined right here with 4 following examples.

**(i)**

*There are three shapes:*

(a) **circle-shape**

(b) **rectangle-shape** and

(c) **square-shape**

Every

one is split into 4 equal elements. One half is shaded, i.e., one-fourth

of the form is shaded and three elements of the form is unshaded.

We are saying that, 1/4 of the form is shaded and three/4 of the form is unshaded.

This 1/4 or 3/4 is a **fraction** or a **fractional quantity**.

1/4 = Out of 4 equal elements of a complete, one half is taken.

3/4 = Out of 4 equal elements of a complete, 3 elements are taken.

**(ii)** The oblong form is split into 5 equal elements. 2

elements of this rectangle are shaded. The full elements of a complete are 5. Every equal a part of the entire form is 1/5. Two equal elements (shaded half) of the entire is 2/5. Three equal elements (unshaded elements) of the entire is 3/5.

2/5 means 2 elements out of 5 equal elements. We learn it

two-fifths or two by 5.

**(iii)** There’s a assortment of seven glasses, of which 4 glasses are colourful.

Thus, 4/7 a part of the gathering of seven glasses are colored.

**(iv)** There are 12 hearts in a set. 5 hearts are in shaded elements.

5 out of 12 hearts are in shaded portion and the remaining 7 out of 12 hearts are in unshaded portion.

*They symbolize 5/12 and seven/12 as fractions.*

A fraction is a quantity written as a quotient of a pair of

pure numbers.

**For instance; **(frac{3}{4}), (frac{5}{6}), (frac{2}{8}), and many others.

The quantity written above the horizontal line is named

Numerator.

The quantity written under the horizontal line is named

Denominator.

Within the fraction; (frac{3}{4})

3 is the Numerator and

4 is the Denominator.

The Numerator and Denominator are generally known as because the

phrases of the fractions.

**Associated Idea**

**● ****Fraction
of a Complete Numbers**

**● ****Properties
of Equal Fractions**

**● ****Comparability
of Like Fractions**

**● ****Comparability
of Fractions having the identical Numerator**

**● ****Conversion
of Fractions into Fractions having Identical Denominator**

**● ****Conversion
of a Fraction into its Smallest and Easiest Type**

**● ****Addition
of Fractions having the Identical Denominator**

**● ****Subtraction
of Fractions having the Identical Denominator**

**● ****Addition
and Subtraction of Fractions on the Fraction Quantity Line**

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