The word "denominator" refers to the bottom number in a fraction, which represents the total number of equal parts in a whole. Some antonyms for "denominator" include "numerator," which is the top number in a fraction, representing the number of those equal parts that are being counted, and "non-fraction," which refers to a whole number that is not represented as a fraction. Other antonyms include "addition," which refers to combining or increasing values, and "multiplication," which refers to repeated addition or finding the product of values. These antonyms provide different viewpoints on mathematical concepts and can help deepen one's understanding.
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