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Q: How do you change a whole number like 6 into a mixed number?

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you subtract mixed numbers by changing them to improper fractions. to borrow from a whole number you take away one like 5 changes to 4 and then you change look to the other mixed number your subtracting by and write its denominator as 4s denominator.

It looks exactly like a whole number with a fraction standing to the right of it.

A mixed number is made up of two parts: an integer (whole) part and a fractional part.

Whole numbers like 506 are not normally expressed as mixed numbers

Whole numbers like 14 are not normally converted into mixed numbers

A mixed number is a whole number combined with a fraction like 3 7/9. (That was just a random example). A like number is a number that had the same denominator (the bottom or right number of the fraction) as the other fraction like 2/9 and 3/9. So like mixed number is a mixed number that has the same denominator as the other number.

Ok...so 6.3 is a decimal A mixed number is a whole number like 3 and a fraction like 3/4 In 6.3, the 6 is a whole number and is written as ---> 6 The .3 is a fraction and is written as ----> 3/10 So..... 6.3 as a mixed number is ----> 6 3/10

A mixed number is (a whole number) plus (a fraction). 362 is a whole number.Where are we supposed to get the fraction from ??If you really must have a mixed number, you can borrow 1 from 362 and use it toconcoct something that looks like a fraction, such as 2/2. Then your mixed number is361 and 2/2 .But why bother ?

A mixed number, like 3 and 1/2, is a combination of a whole number and a fraction and indicates a number that lies between consecutive whole numbers. Whole numbers are integers, counting numbers like 1, 2, 3 etc.

There's no way to do that. A mixed number is (a whole number) plus ( a fraction or decimal). So it must be more than ' 1 '. 0.37 is less than 1. So there's nothing you can do to it to make it look like a mixed number. There's not enough to it to build a whole number with.

It's not clear what you mean by "regular number". If you mean a whole number, like the ones you count with, then those are not mixed numbers, and you can't turn them into one.

An improper fraction, like 22/7, is when the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator. A mixed number, like 4 and 1/2, combines a whole number with a proper fraction.

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