9.125 = 9 + 0.125 (separate out the decimal)
= 9 + 125/1000 (convert the decimal to a fraction)
= 9 + 1/8 (reduce the fraction to simplest terms by dividing top and bottom by their hcf)
= 91/8 (make it a mixed number)
you turn percents into mixed numbers by turning the percent into a fraction then a mixed number
To turn a mixed number into a ratio, you must divide each number into a common denominator.
A mixed fraction already is a number.
Whole numbers can't be a mixed number.
turn the mixed number into an improper fraction
Whole numbers such as 6648 are not normally expressed as mixed numbers
3.83 as a mixed number is written 3 and 83/100
To subtract a mixed number by a mixed number you first need to turn the fractions into improper fractions then you just subtract them as you would with the normal fractions
You cannot. Mixed number and whole numbers form disjoint sets.
225 is an integer and so there is no sensible way of representing it as a mixed number.
It is: 2.016 = 2 and 2/125 in its lowest terms as a mixed number
10.5 as a mixed number in its simplest form is 10 and 1/2
30/7 as a mixed number is 4 2/7.
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.
You cannot convert it to a mixed number unless you have a solid number before the decimal point.
Depends on how much you borrow from it.
You have to turn it into a improper fraction
to turn it in fraction u just divide
You can't. Mixed numbers are greater than one.
By making it into a fraction. For instance: If you wanted to make 3 into a mixed number, you can do 2 and 5-fifths
If you know how to turn a mixed number into a fraction and a fraction into a decimal do that then make it negative.