5.333 .... recurring = 16/3 as an improper faction
12/7 is an improper fraction.
4.25 as an improper fraction is 17/4 in its simplest form
It can't be expressed as an improper faction because it is less than 1 but 0.25 as a normal fraction is 1/4
A proper fraction is one whose modulus is less than one whole an improper fraction is one whose modulus is greater than one. The reciprocal of a proper faction is an improper fraction.
80 = 80/1 as an improper faction
As an improper faction in its lowest terms 6.625 = 53/8
It is: 4.68 = 117/25 as an improper fraction in its lowest terms
It is 7/2 as an improper fraction in its simplest form
As an improper faction in its lowest terms it's 189/4
As an improper fraction 4.75 is 19/4 in its simplest form
multiply the denominator by the whole number then add the numerator and you have an improper fraction
Yes if it's a proper fraction but no if it's an improper faction or a 'top heavy' fraction
If the fraction's numerator is greater than its denominator, then it already is an improper fraction. If its numerator is smaller than its denominator, then there's nothing you can do to it to turn it into an improper fraction.
Improper fractions can't become proper fractions.
turn fraction into a improper fraction
It is simply: 240/1 as an improper fraction
16 as an improper fraction is simply 16/1 or 32/2
9/4 is already expressed as an improper fraction
To make 4.3 into an improper faction, you simply put it over one. so, 4.3/1. So that it comes out nice and with no decimals, we can change this fraction to 43/10.
A fraction (not faction) with an absolute value of at least 1 is an improper fraction. One whose absolute value is in (0, 1) is a proper fraction.
it's equal to a improper fraction , all you have to do is turn it into a improper fraction and you will get 23/6.
It is: 3.9 = 39/10 as an improper fraction
It is simply 9/1 as an improper fraction
It is simply 18/1 as an improper fraction