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Q: How do you make two and three-sevenths equal to in improper fraction?

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-- An improper fraction is always equal to more than ' 1 '. -- 4/5 is less than ' 1 '. -- There's nothing you can do to 4/5 to make it an improper fraction.

one and one-fourths is equal to five-fourths

You don't. An improper fraction is greater than or equal to one. A proper fraction is less than one. Therefore, you can't just convert one into the other.

4 as an improper fraction = 4/1

You can't convert a proper fraction to an improper or mixed fraction - it just doesn't make sense. By definition, a proper fraction is one that is less than one; a mixed fraction - as well as an improper fraction - is less than or equal to one.

32 is an integer, not a fraction.

The smallest improper fraction I could make would be called one plus one over infinity. Technically, the smallest improper fraction is indistinguishable from an integer.

There isn't one. You can only make an improper fraction from a mixed fraction, which a whole number with a fraction on its side

it already is improper.

Any whole number can become an improper fraction by putting it over one. 9 = 9/1

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An improper fraction is a fraction whose size is greater than ' 1 '. The size of ' -0.6 ' is less than ' 1 ', so it doesn't have enough to it to make an improper fraction.

2 and 1/3 as an improper fraction is 7/3

43 is an integer, not an improper fraction nor a mixed number.

60 = 60/1 as an improper fraction

It is simply 35/1 as an improper fraction

It is simply 131/1 as an improper fraction

It is: 5.03 = 503/100 as an improper fraction

It is simply: 3000/1 as an improper fraction

It is: 3.21 = 321/100 as an improper fraction

As an improper fraction 1.5 is 3/2

133/100

16 = 16/1 is technically an improper fraction

16/2Is one example of the value 8 as an improper fraction (a fraction with the numerator larger than the denominator)

You can't make 1 over 4 an improper fraction. The numerator (top number) has to be greater than the denominator (the bottom number) but 5/4 is the improper fraction of 1 and 1/4