No.The mixed number 21/2, for example, is greater than the whole number 2, but smaller than the whole number 3.In fact, given any mixed number (which does have a fractional part), it is always possible to find a pair of consecutive whole numbers such that the mixed number is between them.
No. A mixed number is a whole number and a fraction.
45/5 = 9, a whole number, because 45 divided by 5 is 9.
It is often a fraction but can be a mixed or whole number.
A decimal is one way of representing numbers which may be whole or fractions. So, a mixed number which by definition is a number, can be expressed as a decimal. That explains it all!
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You can't. 35 is a whole number, and mixed numbers are not whole.
Whole numbers can't be mixed numbers.
It contains whole number plus fraction of 1, so its a mixed number.
You cannot. Mixed number and whole numbers form disjoint sets.