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Describe Integers And Fractions


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Integers: Integers are denoted without any fractional component. They are denoted by set symbol Z as follows:
Z={...,2,1,0,1,2,...}
These numbers are used in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, among other arithmetic operations. Three types of integers are:
Zero
Positive Integers (Natural Numbers)
Negative Integers ( Natural Numbers with minus sign)

Fractions: Fractions contains a numerator at the top and denominator at the bottom. The numerator and denominator are separated by horizontal lines. for example.,34is a fraction with 3 as a numerator and 4 as a denominator.

There are six types of fractions-
Proper Fraction: When the numerator is less than the denominator for example,67.
Improper Fraction: When the numerator is more than the denominator for example.,76.
Mixed Fraction: It contains a quotient and a remainder forexample.,514.
Like Fraction: Here two fractions have a common denominator for example.,103and73.
Unlike Fraction: Here two fractions have different denominators for example.,103and74.
Equivalent Fraction: They are different fraction having different numerator and denominator but represents same part of the whole

For example, 36and510both will be equivalent to12.


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