
Definition of Common fraction
1. Noun. The quotient of two integers.
Generic synonyms: Fraction
Specialized synonyms: Half, Onehalf, Onethird, Third, Tierce, Twothirds, Fourth, Fourth Part, Onefourth, Onequarter, Quarter, Quartern, Twentyfive Percent, Threefourths, Threequarters, Fifth, Fifth Part, Onefifth, Twenty Percent, Onesixth, Sixth, Oneseventh, Seventh, Eighth, Oneeighth, Ninth, Oneninth, Onetenth, Ten Percent, Tenth, Tenth Part, Duodecimal, Onetwelfth, Twelfth, Twelfth Part, Onesixteenth, Sixteenth, Sixteenth Part, Onethirtysecond, Thirtysecond, Thirtysecond Part, Onesixtieth, Sixtieth, Onesixtyfourth, Sixtyfourth, Hundredth, One Percent, Onehundredth, Onethousandth, Thousandth, Onetenthousandth, Tenthousandth, Onehundredthousandth, Millionth, Onemillionth, Onehundredmillionth, Billionth, Onebillionth, Onetrillionth, Trillionth, Onequadrillionth, Quadrillionth, Onequintillionth, Quintillionth
Definition of Common fraction
1. Noun. (arithmetic) A fraction in the form of one integer divided by another, nonzero, integer. ¹
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Literary usage of Common fraction
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1. Higher Arithmetic by James Bates Thomson (1863)
"Change the decimal .75 to a common fraction. Suggestion. ... Now •ffn is expressed
in the form of a common fraction, and, as such, may be reduced to lower ..."
2. Elements of Algebra by George Albert Wentworth (1888)
"From the last proposition it follows that, A common fraction in its lowest terms
will not produce a terminating decimal if its denominator contains any ..."
3. Arithmetic Upon the Inductive Method of Instruction: Being a Sequel to by Warren Colburn (1853)
"Change .4666 &c. to a common fraction. Change .3888 &c. to a common fraction.
Change .3744 &c. to a common fraction. Change .46355 die. to a common fraction ..."
4. The Progressive Higher Arithmetic: For Schools, Academies, and Mercantile by Horatio Nelson Robinson (1875)
"Reduce .12 to a common fraction. 4. Reduce .68 to a common fraction. 5.
Reduce .5625 to a common fraction. ' 6. Reduce .024 to a common fraction. Ans. Tf 5. ..."
5. Robinson's Progressive Practical Arithmetic: Containing the Theory of by Horatio Nelson Robinson, Daniel W. Fish (1875)
"Reduce .16 to a common fraction. Ans. fa. ' 4. Reduce .655 to a common ...
To reduce a common fraction to a decimal. 1. Reduce £ to its equivalent decimal. ..."