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Mathematics, 03.12.2019 08:21 NoireDemon

Which is a counterexample for the conditional statement shown?
if the numerator of a fraction is larger than the denominator of the fraction, then the fraction is greater than 1.
o any fraction with a denominator of o
o any fraction with a numerator of o
o any fraction with a positive numerator and a negative denominator
o any fraction with a negative numerator and a positive denominator

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