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The numerator is the top number in a fraction.

We write the numerator just above the fraction bar. For example, in the fraction ${\dfrac{4}{5}}$, 4 is the numerator.

It acts as the dividend in a fraction, while the denominator, placed just below the fraction bar, serves as the divisor.

**Find the numerator in the fractions ${\dfrac{6}{11}}$, ${\dfrac{a}{b}}$, and ${\dfrac{p + q}{m + n}}$.**

Solution:

As we know, the numerator is the top number,

∴ They are 6, a, and (p + q)

Last modified on August 3rd, 2023