# trupmenos skaitiklis

## English translation: the numerator of a fraction

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 Lithuanian term or phrase: trupmenos skaitiklis English translation: the numerator of a fraction Entered by:

 08:45 Mar 31, 2004
Lithuanian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Science - Mathematics & Statistics
 Lithuanian term or phrase: trupmenos skaitiklis Trupmena-fraction, o kaip skaitiklis?
 Local time: 18:48
 the numerator of a fraction Explanation:A fraction is the top number (called the numerator) divided by the bottom number (called the denominator). If we have a group of 50 people and 7 of them are under the age of 18, we can say the fraction of people in the group under the age of 18 is 7/50. We can also change this fraction to a percentage, which, in this case, is 14%.
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Vidmantas Stilius
Local time: 18:48
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5the numerator of a fraction
 Vidmantas Stilius
5fraction's numerator
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fraction's numerator

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 LeonardasLocal time: 18:48

20 mins   confidence:
the numerator of a fraction

Explanation:
A fraction is the top number (called the numerator) divided by the bottom number (called the denominator). If we have a group of 50 people and 7 of them are under the age of 18, we can say the fraction of people in the group under the age of 18 is 7/50. We can also change this fraction to a percentage, which, in this case, is 14%.

Reference: http://www.mathwizz.com/fractions/help/help7.htm.
 Vidmantas StiliusLocal time: 18:48Native speaker of: LithuanianPRO pts in category: 4

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