Fraction

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Fraction may refer to:

Mathematics and measurement[edit]

In common usage a fraction is any part of a unit, e.g.:

  • Fraction (mathematics), one or more equal parts of something, e.g. three out of four equal quarters, written as 3/4
  • Algebraic fraction, an indicated division in which the divisor, or both dividend and divisor, are algebraic expressions

People[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Government and politics[edit]

Science and healthcare[edit]

  • Fraction (chemistry), a quantity of a substance collected by the separation process known as fractionation
  • Promazine, an anti-psychotic medication known by the trade name Fraction

Other uses[edit]

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