# Fraction Examples

1/2 – This is a proper fraction that represents one-half of a whole or two equal parts of a whole.

3/4 – This is also a proper fraction that represents three-fourths of a whole or three equal parts out of four.

2/5 – This is a proper fraction that represents two-fifths of a whole or two equal parts out of five.

5/3 – This is an improper fraction that represents five parts out of three equal parts or one and two-thirds.

1 1/2 – This is a mixed number that represents one whole and one-half or one and a half.

7/8 + 3/8 = 10/8 – This is an example of adding two fractions with the same denominator, which results in an improper fraction that can be simplified to 5/4.

4/5 x 3/4 = 12/20 – This is an example of multiplying two fractions by multiplying their numerators and denominators separately. The result is an improper fraction that can be simplified to 3/5.

2/3 ÷ 4/5 = 10/12 – This is an example of dividing two fractions by inverting the second fraction and multiplying it by the first fraction. The result is an improper fraction that can be simplified to 5/6.