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$part→whole→ ba ←numerator←denominator $

$a$ over $b.$Fractions where $a$ is less than $b$ are called proper fractions. Fractions where $a$ is greater than or equal to $b$ are called improper fractions.

Fractions are also another way to write a division of the numerator by the denominator.

$918 =18÷9 $

A fraction like $918 $ can be simplified to $12 ,$ or just $2.$ It is important to keep in mind that the denominator of a fraction can never be equal to $0$ because the quotient of division by $0$ is always undefined.