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### Definition of Numerators

**1.** numerator [n] - See also: numerator

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Numerators

### Literary usage of Numerators

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**1.** *An Elementary Treatise on Elliptic Functions* by Arthur Cayley (1876)

"... 0, AND FOR THE **numerators** AND DENOMINATORS IN THE MULTIPLICATION AND ...
f £, en nu, ^g ik in terms of sn и, the three **numerators** and the denominator of ..."**2.** *An Elementary Treatise on Elliptic Functions* by Arthur Cayley (1895)

"... AND FOR THE **numerators** AND DENOMINATORS IX THE MULTIPLICATION AND ...
**numerators** and the denominator of these functions are respectively = Hnu ®n2-'O, ..."**3.** *Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians* by George Grove (1908)

"... the denominators of which refer to the aliquot parts of a semi- breve, and
the **numerators**, to the number of them contained in a bar, ..."**4.** *Algebra: An Elementary Text Book for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools* by George Chrystal (1889)

"Hence we may reduce every continued fraction to an equivalent one which has all
its **numerators** equal to ..."**5.** *A History of the Theory of Elasticity and of the Strength of Materials: From* by Isaac Todhunter (1893)

"... are the consecutive **numerators** and denominators respectively of the convergents
to the continued fraction [1402.] From the values of Mn, Mn' and Tn, ..."**6.** *Elements of the Integral Calculus: With a Key to the Solution of Dfferential* by William Elwood Byerly, Benjamin Osgood Peirce (1895)

"Since we now know the form into which any given rational fraction can be thrown,
we can determine the **numerators** by the aid of known properties of an ..."**7.** *A College Algebra* by Henry Burchard Fine (1904)

"The product of two or more fractions is the fraction whose numerator is the
product of the **numerators** of the given fractions, and its denominator the ..."