Expressions that show the equal parts of a whole and can be written as a/b are called fractions.
While showing fractions, a fraction line is drawn in the middle, the numerator above the line and the denominator below it.
The denominator shows how many equal parts a whole is divided into, and the numerator shows how many of these parts are taken.
⇒⇒⇒ A number divided by zero is undefined. Since you cannot divide a whole into zero parts, the denominator cannot be zero.
TYPES OF FRACTIONS
Fractions whose numerator is less than the denominator are called simple fractions.
Fractions whose numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator are called improper fractions.
Fractions expressed by a natural number and a simple fraction are called mixed fractions.