You can write this in infinitely many ways, but the simplest one is
There could be more, like,
and you can divide and multiply both numerators and denominators by the same number to get
This is the definition of a rational number. A number which can be written as a fraction.
Any fraction will do:
In order to write any whole number as a fraction, all we need to do is to place the whole number as the numerator and the denominator as
Which is the whole number.
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There are infinite possibilities but we are going to look at a few examples!
So, if you want 5 as a fraction, it has to be a fraction where if you divide the numerator by the denominator, then the quotient (answer) should be 5. Try doing what I just told you with the fractions in the starting of the explanation. Your quotient should be 5 for all of them. So that means that they are all different examples of 5 as a fraction!
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