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Q: Can you change 6 to an improper fraction?

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5 2/6 changed to an improper fraction is 32/6 which is obtained by multiplying the 6 by 5 and adding the 2.

No because in order to have an improper fraction, you need more than 6 to get the improper fraction.

Add the letter "n" after the first article. That is, change "a" to "an".

5/6 cannot be an improper fraction. You need a mixed number to reveal an improper fraction. 5/6 is just a regular fraction.

To change an improper fraction to a proper fraction a person has to find the lowest common denominator. For example, the fraction 3/6 can be broken down to 1/2 by dividing the 6 by the 3 and finding the common denominator to be 2.

It is: 11.13 = 1113/100 as an improper fraction

1 1/6= (6 + 1)/6= 7/6 in improper fraction

Since 6 is smaller than 24, there is no improper fraction.

7 2-6 as an improper fraction is 22/3.

6 and 1/3 is 19/3 in an improper fraction

Since 6 is smaller than 10, there is no improper fraction.

3 6/5 as an improper fraction is 21/5.

6 and 1/3 as an improper fraction is 19/3

3/1 is an improper fraction.

You cannot.

No.

The improper fraction with a denominator of 6 that is equivalent to 5.5 is 33/6

An improper fraction is a fraction. It can't become a proper fraction.

A whole number to an improper fraction:First lets define an improper fraction. An improper fraction is a fraction at which the numerator (top) is greater than the denominator (bottom).To change a whole number to an improper fraction you simply add a one to the bottom of your whole number. For example, 5 would be 5/1 in improper fraction form. 6 would be 6/1 an so forth.

1 and 6/163

improper fraction for 3 and 5 sixths = 23/63 5/6:= [(6 * 3)+5]/6= [18+5]/6= 23/6 in improper fraction

6 and a 1/2 as an improper fraction is 13/2

6/14 is a fraction whose absolute value is less than 1. It is not, therefore, an improper fraction.

Some numbers are improper fractions and some are not. For example, 1/2 or 0.5 is a number but not an improper fraction. And there is no way in which you can express it as an improper fraction.

It is: 3127/1000 as an improper fraction