Numerator

  • (noun): The dividend of a fraction.

Some articles on numerator:

Gaussian Binomial Coefficient - Definition
... For r = 0 the value is 1 since numerator and denominator are both empty products ... gives 0 due to a factor 1 − q0 = 0 in the numerator, in accordance with the second clause (for even larger r the factor 0 remains present in the numerator, but its further factors would involve negative ... All of the factors in numerator and denominator are divisible by 1 − q, with as quotient a q number dividing out these factors gives the equivalent formula which makes evident ...
Forming The Auxiliary Fraction - Type Two
... in one, form the auxiliary fraction by subtracting one from the denominator and from the numerator ... Then divide both numerator and denominator by a power of 10 equal to the number of terminal zeros in the new denominator ... = 6162/8000 = 6.162/8 If the denominator ends in 3 or 7, multiply both denominator and numerator by 7 or 3 respectively to convert to an equivalent fraction in which the denominator ends in 1 ...
Polynomial And Rational Function Modeling - Rational Function Models
... integer that defines the degree of the numerator and m is a non-negative integer that defines the degree of the denominator ... Rational functions are typically identified by the degrees of the numerator and denominator ... For example, a quadratic for the numerator and a cubic for the denominator is identified as a quadratic/cubic rational function ...
Algebraic Fraction - Terminology
... In the algebraic fraction, the dividend a is called the numerator and the divisor b is called the denominator ... The numerator and denominator are called the terms of the algebraic fraction ... A complex fraction is a fraction whose numerator or denominator, or both, contains a fraction ...
Numerator (fraction) - Vocabulary
... A fraction written as a numerator and denominator is read in most cases as the numerator, followed by the denominator in the same form as the corresponding ordinal number, in plural if the numerator is not one ... Also a special case is when the numerator is one, in which case the word "one" may be omitted, such as "every tenth of a second" or "during the final quarter of the year" ...