# Is a number divided by $0$ an improper fraction?

Improper fraction is a fraction with numerator greater or equal than the denominator.

But what about $0$ denominator?

For example, are the following fractions improper?

$$\frac{0}{0},\frac{2}{0},\frac{5}{0}$$

From here, an improper fraction is always greater than $1$ (and hence they are all defined fractions).
Improper fractions are also $\mathbf{real}$ $\mathbf{numbers}$. Division by zero yields an undefined value which is not a real number! Thus, u cant deem a number divided by zero to be an improper fraction.