Mixed fractions can't become proper fractions. Mixed fractions are greater than one.
To change a proper fraction into a decimal, divide the denominator into the numerator.
851 is an integer and cannot be written as a proper fraction.
How to change a decimal fraction to proper fractions,0.09
4/3 is not a proper fraction and cannot be changed into one.
I don't think you can but, you can change an improper fraction to a decimal.
You replace the n by an m: the proper term is "improper fraction".
A proper fraction is one whose modulus is less than one whole an improper fraction is one whose modulus is greater than one. The reciprocal of a proper faction is an improper fraction.
That's a proper fraction. Fractions can be either proper or improper and can't change.
You do the numerator divided by the denominator, then simplify the fractions if you can. (this is how you change a improper fraction to a mixed number, you cannot change a proper fraction to a mixed number)
you have to multiply the top and bottom number by the same number
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.
An improper fraction is a fraction. It can't become a proper fraction.
yes you can why are you asking this
You cannot. A proper fraction is one whose absolute value is less than 1 while an improper fraction is one whose absolute value is at least one.
You cannot. By definition, the absolute value of a mixed fraction is greater than one while, again by definition, the absolute value of a proper fraction is less than one.
7/1 is 7. Since the denominator is one, it cannot be turned into a mixed fraction, which would in other cases be the proper fraction.
4.3 = 4-3/10, or if a proper fraction is needed, 43/10.
1.1 = 1 1/10