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Definition: complex fraction from The Penguin English Dictionary

a fraction that has fractions for the numerator, the denominator, or both.

Summary Article: complex fraction
from The Macquarie Dictionary

a fraction expressing a ratio between fractions or mixed numbers, or between a fraction or mixed number and a whole number.

(plural complex fractions)

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