What is the example of a proper fraction?
A fraction is called a proper fraction if its numerator is lesser than its denominator. A proper fraction is when inversed forms an improper fraction.
Answer: Examples of proper fraction can be given by 2 / 5, 13 / 25, 100 / 200, 5 / 9, 7 / 15.
Go through the definition of the proper fraction to understand it in detail.
- Proper Fraction
- Improper Fraction
- Mixed Fraction
- Like Fractions
- Unlike Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
A proper fraction is termed as that fraction in which the numerator is less or lower degree than the denominator.
An improper fraction is termed as that fraction in which the numerator is more or has a greater degree than the denominator.
So, examples of proper fraction are 2 / 5, 13 / 25, 100 / 200, 5 / 9, 7 / 15