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Submitted by breezey7590 on Mon, 2012-01-30 20:04
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can two fractions have a sum greater than 1?

can two fractions have a sum greater than 1?

Submitted by welivnow on Mon, 2012-01-30 21:57
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The term "fraction" comes xxxx xxx xxxxx xxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx and xxxxxxxxxx x portion of a whole xxxxxxx xx any xxxxxx of equal xxxxxx x fraction is less xxxx x xxxxx whole but xxx xx xx xxxx as 99% xxx or xxxxxx 1 one xxxxxx xxxxx 99/100. So, two fractions (such as xx xxxxxx xxx 5/100=1 xxxxxx xx xxxxxxx xxx xxxxxxxx 1/100) can xxxx a xxx greater than 1.

xxxxxx xx "vulgar" fractions, such xx xxxx xxxx 3/8, xxxxx consist of an integer xxxxxxxxx xxx a non-zero xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx a xxxxxx of xxxxx xxxxx and xxx xxxxxxxxxxx indicates xxx xxxx of xxxxx xxxxx make xx x xxxxx xxxxxx 3/4, xxx numerator is x and indicates xxxx the fraction represents x equal parts, xxx xxxxxxxxxxxx x indicates xxxx the whole is composed xx a total xx x parts, (i.e.,4 xxxxx a whole.

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Submitted by mathejoy on Mon, 2012-01-30 21:43
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Yes. Examples provided.

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xxx x 2/3 = xxx > x
3/4 + 3/4 x xxx > x
xxx + 4/5 x 8/5 > x

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