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By default, the fraction displayed in this activity is eleven thirds.
Step 1: To reset the activity, drag the blue and red sliders to the left. The fraction that is created is one half. Move the blue slider progressively to the right to see multiples of the fraction that can be created.
Step 2: Use the red slider to change the denominator to 3. Move the blue slider again progressively to the right to see multiples of the new fraction that can be created.
Step 3: Continue to do that until the denominator is 10.
Step 4: Continue to change the numerator and observe how many halves are created.
When the numerator of a fraction is equal to the denominator, the fraction is a proper fraction.
When you moved the blue slider gradually to the right, and the numerator starts getting larger than the denominator, what kind of fractions were formed?
Is the numerator of an improper fraction a multiple of the one part of the denominator ?