The graph of an equation where the x term is a denominator of a fraction.

# Improper Fraction

Synonyms: Vulgar Fractions, Top Heavy Fractions

A fraction where the numerator is larger than the denominator.

Example:

ðŸ”‘Key Topics: Adding and Subtracting Fractions, Fraction Division, Fraction Multiplication, Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers

ðŸ‘€Also Look up: Fraction, Mixed Number, Numerator, Denominator

# Mixed Number

A number that is part whole number, part fraction.

Example:

ðŸ”‘Key Topics: Adding and Subtracting Fractions, Fraction Division, Fraction Multiplication, Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers

ðŸ‘€Also Look up: Fraction, Improper Fraction, Numerator, Denominator

# Reciprocal

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Flipped fraction. The reciprocal of any whole number is the unit fraction with the original number as the denominator.

Example:

ðŸ”‘Key Topics: Fraction Division

ðŸ‘€Also Look up: Fraction, Unit Fraction, Whole Number, Denominator

# Unit Fraction

A fraction where the numerator is 1.

Example:

ðŸ”‘Key Topics: Simplifying Fractions

ðŸ‘€Also Look up: Fraction, Numerator

# Compound Bar Chart

A bar chart where the categories are stacked on top of each other. This allows for the visualisation of the proportion of each category each represents. Usually used when comparing two or more sets of data. A key is needed to interpret the data.

# Dual Bar Chart

A bar chart where each category has two bars instead of one. This is used when two frequencies exist for a category. This type of graph allows for comparisons to be made between the two sets of values.

# Line Graph

A graph of points, connected by a line, to show how something changes in respect to time or another value.

# Grouped Frequency Table

A frequency table where the values are grouped rather than being distinct values. May be used when individual values would have no or little data recorded.

# Modal Class

The group with this highest frequency.