A mixed number can be converted into an improper fraction.
Mixed numbers as improper fractions can be divided just like any other fraction.
To convert a mixed number to an improper fraction multiply the whole number by the denominator and add the original numerator to give the new numerator and put this over the original denominator.
It depends on the numbers. For example, dividing by 1 1/2 (one and a half) is exactly the same as dividing by 3/2, since both represent the same number.In general, if you divide by a larger number, the result will be less.
To combine the fractions or subtract the fractions. Same method with mixed numbers.
Mixed numbers can be converted to improper fractions. Then, it is exactly the same as adding proper ones.
Mixed numbers and mixed fractions are the same thing.
Mixed numbers can be converted to improper fractions. Improper fractions can be added the same way proper fractions are.
It is the same as dividing two positive mixed fractions except that at the end of it all, you put a negative sign in front.
Mixed Fractions are fractions that have whole numbers and fractions on the side.If you are trying to change them into improper fractions you take the denominator of the fraction and multiply it by the whole number and keep the same numerator. ex.: 2 and one fourth =
Convert them to improper fractions and proceed the same way you would multiply two fractions.
Convert the fractions into equivalent fractions with the same denominator. In actually adding mixed numbers, it is easier to convert the mixed numbers into improper (top heavy) fractions, do the addition, simplify the resulting fraction and convert any resulting improper fraction back into a mixed number.
To find the sum of two mixed numbers, turn the mixed numbers into improper fractions (multiply the base with the denominator and add the numerator), then add the two fractions. To add the two fractions, find the LCD (lowest common denominator) and add the two numerators, but leave the denominators the same.
When you're dividing fractions ... or multiplying thrm ... they don't need to have the same denominator.
First convert the mixed numbers into "top heavy (or "improper) fractions". Now multiply each of the improper fractions by each other - this makes the denominators the same. Now you can add both the fractions together (and cancel down if necessary).