A Fraction consists of two numbers separated by a line.
The top number (or numerator) tells how many fractional pieces there are. In the
fraction 3/8, we have three pieces.
The denominator of a fraction tells how many pieces an object was divided into.
The fraction 3/8 tells us that the whole object was divided into 8 pieces.
If the denominators of two fractions are the same, the fraction with the
largest numerator is the larger fraction.
For example 5/8 is larger than 3/8 because all of the pieces are the same and
five pieces are more than three pieces.