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Q: Is a mixed number into a mixed fraction the same thing?

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No. A mixed number is a whole number and a fraction.

For a fraction, divide the numerator by the denominator and multiply by 100 for a percentage. If it's a mixed number, you first have to convert it to an improper fraction then do the same thing as for a fraction.

If you are using the same number, then the improper fraction and mixed number are equal.

Relax. You don't have to do anything. It's already a mixed number. -- The whole number part is 250 . -- The fraction part is 0.025 . (Same thing as 1/40 .)

As long as the fraction is not improper or mixed then yes, it is the same thing.

Yes, it can. In fact every mixed number has an equivalent improper fraction.

A mixed number is a whole number combined with a fraction like 3 7/9. (That was just a random example). A like number is a number that had the same denominator (the bottom or right number of the fraction) as the other fraction like 2/9 and 3/9. So like mixed number is a mixed number that has the same denominator as the other number.

The mixed number consists of a whole number and a fraction. Multiply the denominator of the fraction portion by the whole number and to this product add the numerator of the fraction portion. This value is the numerator of the new improper fraction. The denominator of the new improper fraction is the same as the denominator of the original fraction portion of the mixed number.

My strategy for multiplying mixed fractions: what you need to do is turn the mixed number into an improper fraction before you do any thing else. to do that you need to multiply the denominator with the whole number then add the numerator. now that number will be your numerator the denominator stays the same then you do the same to the other mixed fraction turn it into an improper fraction then once both are like that you multiply the numerators together to find the numerator then you multiply the denominators together to get the denominator then simplify your answer to get the right answer.

If it is an Improper Fraction then you have to simplify which is the same thing is reducing.

Its an improper fraction...which looks like this: 3/2 or 8/3 or 5/2 and many many more :) The way you turn an improper fraction into a mixed fraction (mixed number) is by seeing how many times the denominator goes into the nuerator the number you get is your whole then the remainder is your numerator and the denominator from the improper fraction will be the same denominator in your mixed fraction(mixed number is the same thing as mixed fraction) EXAMPLE: 3/2 2 goes into 2 once so thats my whole: 1 then 1 is left over because 2x1=2 so thats my new numerator then the denominator stays the same so your mixed fraction(mixed number) is 1 1/2

No.

i don't think so because the mixed number should come out larger the the proper fraction, unless your just looking at the fraction.

Yes.

By changing the mixed number into an improper fraction and ensuring that they both have the same denominators simply then subtract one improper fraction from the other improper fraction.

Changing mixed fraction to decimal is the same as changing standard fractions. Ex. 1/2 so divid the numerator by the denominator which = 0.5. You would do the same thing with mixed fractions except you leave the whole number in the fraction as your whole number in the decimal. Ex 1 1/2 so 1 divided by 2 = 0.5 then put your whole number in. Therefore 1 1/2= 1.5

I think you are mixing two or more different concepts. 2 1/4 is a mixed number. (mixed because it has a whole number "2" and a fraction "1/4") 9/4 is an improper fraction. It is improper because the top number of a fraction (numerator) is supposed to be a smaller number than the bottom number (denominator). 2 1/4 = 9/4 These are equal amounts...they are the same thing...just written in a different form. For example in English I say "cat" but in spanish I say "gato." Whether I say it in English or spanish...it is the same thing. So...the sum of any two mixed numbers can "be written" as an improper fraction.

for mixed number: 11 is whole and .1111111... is the same thing as 1/9 11 1/9 for improper fraction: .111111... is 1/9 and 11 is 99/9 100/9

Yes, that is true.

That is correct.

multipy the whole number by the denometer, then add that number to your numerator. now that is your numerator and your denomater stays the same.

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To convert an improper fraction to a mixed number, divide the denominator into the numerator. The answer is the whole number. Put any remainder over the original denominator to create the fraction part. The sign stays the same.

No, the set of mixed numbers is a subset of the set of rational numbers. For example the mixed number 1 Â¼ is the same as the improper fraction 5/4 [a rational number]. Note that it is a subset, because integers are also rational numbers, but a mixed number will not be an integer. Also, any fraction between 0 and 1 will not be a mixed number.

TRUE. A proper fraction is always less than 1 and a mixed number is always greater than 1