12/10 does not equal a whole number.
13/12 is not a whole number and so you cannot write it as a whole number.
3 over 7 is a fraction and is not equivalent to a whole number.
20/12 can not be expressed as a whole number but as a mixed number it is 1 and 2/3
47/12 is not a whole number. It is just under 4 (48/12 = 4), and is equal to 3 and 11/12.
12/2 = 6, a whole number.
It is 4.
7/12 cant be a mixed number because it is less than a whole and a mixed number is at least a whole or higher.
36 over 12 (as a fraction) is basically the same as 36 divided by 12. Just do the division.
To the nearest whole number: Zero
5 and 1/2
it IS a whole number.
No. 12 would be a whole number, or 13 would be a whole number, but 12.5 is 12 and 1/2, which is NOT a "whole" number.
No you cannot as 1 is the lowest whole number before 0.
A factor that is a whole number. The whole number factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 12.
7 over 4 does not equate to a whole number.
One over four is NOT a whole number.
1 over 3 is not a whole number.
No, it is already simplified. No whole number goes into both 5 and 12 except 1
Neither. It is the whole number, 1.
any whole number as a praction is over one. 12/1 is your answer
No, for example -12. All negative integers are not whole numbers. Note that 12 IS a whole number, and every integer is either a whole number or the additive inverse of a whole number.
5/12 minus 1/9 = 11/36 in its simplest form