# Denominator facts for kids

In math, the bottom part of a fraction is called the **denominator**. A denominator cannot be zero. If the line part of the fraction is flat, the denominator is on the bottom. If the line part is at a slant, the denominator is on the right.The upper part is called the numerator of the fraction. For example:

- In the denominator is "4".
- In the denominator is "100".
- In the denominator is "(35+7)".
- In , the denominator is "(6
*b*+*c*)".

## See also

In Spanish: Fracción para niños

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