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**Fraction** (mathematics) - Wikipedia

A **fraction** (from Latin fractus, "broken") represents a part of a whole or, more
generally, any number of equal parts. When spoken in everyday English, a
**fraction** ...

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Learn to work with **fractions** & decimals in exact or scientific form. Tutorial for
Mathematica & Wolfram Language.

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**Fraction** -- from Wolfram MathWorld

The Egyptians expressed their **fractions** as sums (and differences) of unit
**fractions**. Conway and Guy (1996) give a table of Roman notation for **fractions**, in
which ...

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Adjacent **Fraction** -- from Wolfram MathWorld

Two **fractions** are said to be adjacent if their difference has a unit numerator. For
example ... Adjacent **fractions** can be adjacent in a Farey sequence. SEE ALSO: ...

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ContinuedFractionâ€”Wolfram Language Documentation

ContinuedFraction[x, n] generates a list of the first n terms in the continued
**fraction** representation of x. ContinuedFraction[x] generates a list of all terms that
can ...

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Continued **fraction** - Wikipedia

In mathematics, a continued **fraction** is an expression obtained through an
iterative process of representing a number as the sum of its integer part and the ...

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