Fractions are part of mathematics, and it is incredibly rare to see a mathematical equation without a fraction. Fractions are used in various professions that depend on mathematics. If you are someone who is struggling to make fractions in Google Docs, you are in the right place.

In this post, we will see some of the best and easiest ways to make fractions like 12 and not like 1/2. A simple slash would be easier for you to write, but it can be annoying for the reader and won’t be as efficient as it is supposed to be.

Let us see the best ways to make fractions in google docs.

**Use Equation Tool To Make Fractions**

This is the right way to make fractions in Google Docs. There are other ways to do it, too, but this is the genuine and authentic way to make fractions as the tool is specifically made to write mathematical equations.

Let us see how it is done.

1. First, open the document you have to add the fractions to or open a new document to add the fractions.

2. Now, go to the Insert tool on the top right side of the screen. You can find the tool in the menu bar of Google Docs.

3. When you click on the Insert tool, a drop-down list will appear. Go to the bottom of the list. A menu called Equation will appear in the third place from bottom to top. Click the Equation menu.

4. Once you click on the menu, you can see some mathematical symbols below the menu bar. Choose the fourth mathematical equation from left to right.

5. If you click on the fourth mathematical equation, a drop-down list will appear, showing many forms. Click on the first one – ab

6. Now, a small rectangular box will appear in the typing space. Use the upper box to write the numerator and the bottom of the box to write the denominator.

Now, you have a perfect fraction number that looks like 1732, and it is much better than 17/32.

**Using Superscript To Write Fractions **

This method is not effective as the previous one but may be useful when you are writing a specific type of fraction which looks like this – ^{1}/_{2}

1. Write the fractions in this format first – 17/32

2. Now, select the numerator and go to the Format menu.

3. A drop-down list will appear. Go to the first menu called Text. Another drop-down menu will appear from which you can select the X^{2} Superscript.

4. Now, choose the denominator and follow steps no. 2 and 3, except don’t use the X^{2} Superscript on the denominator. Use the X_{2} Superscript.

Now, you will get a result like this – ^{17}/_{32}. If you are looking for an accurate fraction, we suggest you follow the first method.