To find the improper fraction to a mixed fraction you follow these steps:
1) Look at your fraction and determine the number of times you can fit the bottom number into the top number. Ex. 5/3. Three goes into 5 once. So you write down a one.
2) Determine how many are left over. Ex. 5/3. Three goes into five once. 5-3=2. There are 2 left over.
3) You keep your denominator. So now you have 5/3= 1 and 2/3.
A mixed number can be converted to an improper fraction.
First you would want to change the mixed number to an improper fraction. Then you can subtract
If you are using the same number, then the improper fraction and mixed number are equal.
43 is an integer, not an improper fraction nor a mixed number.
I wouldconvert both to improper fraction,find a common multiple (CM),calculate equivalent fraction with CM as the denominator,add the numerators,change the improper fraction to a mixed fraction, if required,simplify the fractional part of the mixed fraction - if appropriate and required.
A fraction bigger than one is an improper fraction.
Yes, it can. In fact every mixed number has an equivalent improper fraction.
A mixed fraction IS improper. You choose in which form to give the answer.
By changing the mixed number into an improper fraction.
A mixed number can be changed into an improper fraction
33*1/2 = 33/2 as an improper fraction = 161/2 as a mixed fraction.