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When the numerator of a fraction is smaller than the denominator, it is a(n) __________ fraction. A. mixed B. proper C. improper D. reduced
B. proper When the numerator of a fraction is smaller than the denominator, it is a proper fraction.
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User: When the numerator of a fraction is smaller than the denominator, it is a(n) __________ fraction. A. mixed B. proper C. improper D. reduced

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B. proper

When the numerator of a fraction is smaller than the denominator, it is a proper fraction.
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