Definition of Simple fraction

1. Noun. The quotient of two integers.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simple Fraction

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Literary usage of Simple fraction

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1. Arithmetic: In which the Principles of Operating by Numbers are Analytically by Daniel Adams (1848)
"What simple fraction is equal to ^ ? Ans. 10. What simple fraction is equal to y^ ? '5 • a. 11. What simple fraction is equal to ~ - 0. ..."

2. The North American Arithmetic: Part Second, Uniting Oral and Written by Frederick Emerson (1841)
"Reduce f of ^ to a simple fraction. 2. } of a water melon was divided equally among 6 boys. What fraction of the melon did 1 boy receive? 4. ..."

3. The North American Arithmetic by Frederick Emerson (1833)
"Reduce f of \ to a simple fraction. 4. £ of an acre of land was divided into 4 equal ... Reduce | of f- to a simple fraction. 8. 1 penny is what part of Is. ..."

4. Practical Arithmetic: Uniting the Inductive with the Synthetic Mode of by James Bates Thomson (1864)
"Reduce ^'of i| of 6J of 17 to a simple fraction. j'n 60. Reduce ^J of |J of 29J of 75 to a ... Reduce }f of i| of f | of |J of 84J to a simple fraction. 62. ..."

5. Practical Arithmetic: Uniting the Inductive with the Synthetic Mode of by James Bates Thomson (1868)
"Reduce f of f of f ° to a simple fraction. 63. Reduce 4 of £ of T\ of f to a simple fraction. 54. Reduce f of \$ of \$ of T7j to a simple fraction. 65. ..."

6. Practical Arithmetic: Uniting the Inductive with the Synthetic Mode of by James Bates Thomson (1858)
"Reduce § of || of if to a simple fraction. Suggestion.—The factors 4 and 3 in 2 the numerators taken together, are 4 .Í0 „3 2 equal to the 12 in the ..."