Q: How do you make a number into a whole number?

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You can make any whole number into a fraction by putting it over 1.

6 is a whole number. you can't make a whole number into fraction

You can't it's not a whole number!

3.5 is a rational fraction and there is no sensible way to make it into a whole number.

to make a whole number into a fraction all you have to do is make it whatever the whole number is over one ex: 2 is your whole number, to make it a fraction simply put it over one. when you say it, you can say 2 over 1, 2 firsts, or 2 divided by 1. 2 divided by one does equal 2, your starting whole number.

Since 610 is a whole number, adding any other whole number will also result in a whole number.

you have to make the whole number into a fraction with the same denominator.

To divide a whole number by a mixed number, you must first make the mixed number an improper fraction. You can do this by multiplying the denominator (the bottom number) by the whole number and adding the numerator (the top number) to the product. Once you have done this, take the reciprocal of the improper fraction (simply switch the two numbers around) and multiply it the whole number. Multiply everything out, make it a mixed number, and you're done. (Note: You may have to make the whole number a fraction to multiply it properly. To do this, simply place the whole number in the numerator and make the denominator 1.)

You would need to round it to the nearest whole number.

mixed number

to make it a whole number you need to round it... 9 would be the whole number. as a mixed number it would be 8 8/15

Mixed numbers usually become improper fractions, not whole numbers.

make the whole number that is 25000 less than 373456

You cannot do that!

Fractions are not whole numbers. They are fractions. You can call a fraction a whole number, but that doesn't make it one.

0.20 is a fraction of a number and so cannot be represented as a whole number.

Yes, odd numbers refer to any whole number that cannot be divided in two to make another whole number. When 25 is divided by 2, the answer is 12.5 which is not a whole number.

Nothing you can do to 25% can ever make it a whole number. In order to be a whole number, it has to be '1' or more, but 25% is only one quarter.

A fraction is generally not a whole number, so you can't "make it into a whole" - any whole number would not have the same value. You can round a fraction to the nearest integer, if you like - but note that you would lose some precision if you do so.

The product of a whole number with a whole number is a whole number. A whole number is an integer ( a counting number).

Let 1 be the denominator and your whole number the numerator. e.g. 4 = 4/1

The product of a whole number and another whole number is a whole number.

43 percent of 163 is exactly 70.09 . That's not a whole number, and there's nothing you can do to it to make it a whole number, without changing it into a different number.

no, a whole number cannot be squared to make 2

you can not always make it a whole number, but you divide the numerator,(top number) by the denominator(bottom number) and you answer tells you the percent ex. 3/4=.75 which means that 3 is 75% of 4

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