Table of Contents

- 1 When a certain number is added to the numerator and denominator of 9 by 17 the new fraction is 5 by 7 the number is?
- 2 What number can you add to the numerator and denominator of 9 13 to get 3 4?
- 3 What is 17 over 8 as a mixed number?
- 4 How do you add numbers with different denominators?
- 5 Where to find the numerator in a fraction?
- 6 How to find the numerator of a missing denominator?

## When a certain number is added to the numerator and denominator of 9 by 17 the new fraction is 5 by 7 the number is?

Answer: The required number is 11. Step-by-step explanation: Given : If a certain number is added both to the numerator and denominator of the new fraction reduces to .

**What is the proper fraction for 17 17?**

Fractions like 54, 175, 52 etc. are not proper fractions. The fractions 54, 32, 83, 65, 103, 1310, 154, 99, 2013, 1212, 1311, 1411, 1717 are the examples of improper fractions. The top number (numerator) is greater than the bottom number (denominator).

### What number can you add to the numerator and denominator of 9 13 to get 3 4?

What number can you add to the numerator and denominator of 9/13 to get 3/4? David W. 9 + -3 = 6 and 13 + -3 = 10.

**When 7 is added to the numerator and denominator?**

Detailed Solution If 7 is added to the numerator of a fraction, the fraction becomes 2. If 1 is added to the denominator, the fraction becomes 1/2. ∴ The required fraction is 3/5.

#### What is 17 over 8 as a mixed number?

2 1/8

Answer: 17/8 in a mixed fraction is 2 1/8.

**What is the missing denominator?**

To find the missing denominator, first look at the numerators of the fractions. One fraction has both a numerator and denominator. Find the number that this numerator is multiplied by to get to the numerator that is missing its denominator. Multiply the known denominator by this number to find the unknown denominator.

## How do you add numbers with different denominators?

Here’s the traditional way to add fractions with two different denominators:

- Find the LCM of the two denominators. Suppose you want to add the fractions 3/4 + 7/10.
- Increase the terms of each fraction so that the denominator of each equals the LCM.
- Substitute these two new fractions for the original ones and add.

**How to calculate fractions with the same denominator?**

Doing Calculations with Fractions Add fractions with the same denominator by combining the numerators. Subtract fractions with the same denominator by subtracting the numerators. Find a common multiple to add or subtract fractions without the same denominator. Multiply fractions straight across.

### Where to find the numerator in a fraction?

The numerator is the number on top of the fraction, above the dividing line. The denominator is the number on the bottom of the fraction, below the dividing line. To find a numerator, read the number on the top of the fraction. To find a denominator, read the number on the bottom of the fraction.

**When is the numerator greater than the denominator?**

Sometimes the numerator will be greater than the denominator. If the numerator is greater than the denominator, then the fraction is called an improper fraction. Here, 9 is greater than 5, that means the denominator is less than the numerator.

#### How to find the numerator of a missing denominator?

Find the number that this denominator is multiplied by to get to the denominator that is missing its numerator. Multiply the known numerator by this number to find the unknown numerator. Find the amount that the first numerator is multiplied or divided by to get to the numerator that is missing its denominator.