There are two *types of fractions*

- Proper fraction
- Improper fraction

Now we elaborate these two *kinds **of** fractions*

#### 1. Proper fraction (numerator < denominator, value < 1)

Type of Fraction having numerator less than denominator is called Proper fraction.

Examples: 1/3, 4/7, 5/9, 11/13

This type of fraction has always value less than 1.

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#### 2. Improper fraction (numerator > denominator, value > 1)

#### (numerator = denominator, value = 1)

Type of Fraction having numerator more than or equal to denominator is called improper fraction.

Examples:

This type of fraction has always value more than or equal to1.

In above examples first 3 fractions have values more than 1, while last 3 fractions have values equal to 1.

*Types of Fractions*: Points To Remember

*Types of Fractions*: Points To Remember

- Denominator in any type of fraction can never have value equal to zero.
- Most of the
*types of fractions math*appearing on SAT test are proper fractions. - Or most of the
**types of**appearing on SAT have values less than 1.*fractions*

** **** fraction (numerator > denominator, value > 1)**

**(numerator = denominator, value = 1)**

Type of Fraction having numerator more than or equal to denominator is called improper fraction.

Examples: