# Online fraction calculator

**Online fraction calculator** perform any basic operations with **fractions** and will help you to understand **⇒How to** **add fractions** or **subtract fractions**, or **how to divide** and **multiply fractions**. If you forgot what is numerator and denominator in **fraction** ? The picture below wiil illustrate that to you:

**How to use fractions calculator**

- For the first fraction: in first blank field on
**online****fractions calculator**write in the numerator (numerator1), then in the second blank field write in the denominator (denominator1). - Now assign a certain operation between two fractions (field: operation) – You want to
**add**,**subtract**,**divide**or**multiply****fractions**? - For the second fraction: in the next blank field on
**online fractions calculator**write in the numerator of the second fraction (numerator2), then in next blank field write in the denominator (denominator2). - In final step just press
**calculate**and the result will be shown.

This special **fractions calculator** will **convert** your **fraction** to the lowest common denominator. Check your own fraction calculations or practice online.

## About fractions

Fraction (origin “fractus”, from Latin means broken) is a part of whole, or any number of equal parts. Fraction is not used only in math, they are used in everyday English and describes how many parts of a certain size there are, for example: three-quarters, one-half. A fraction (example: ) consist of an integer numerator, which is displayed above the line, and non-zero denominator, displayed below the line. Numerator represents a number of equal parts and the dominator (cannot be zero) tell us how many parts make up a unit or a whole. In our example, in the fraction, the numerator one tell us the fraction represents one equal part, and dominator tell us that two parts make up a whole. Fractions can be written without using the numerators and denominators, using the decimals, or percent signs (example: 0,01, 1%). Fractions also can be represented as ratios and divisions.