improper fraction | |
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a fraction in which the numerator has a greater absolute value or degree than the denominator, as 7/6 or (x² + 3)/(x + 1) |
improper fraction (ĭm-prŏp'ər) Pronunciation Key
A fraction in which the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator, such as ^{3}/_{2} . Compare proper fraction. |