A mixed number can be changed into an improper fraction
Six Fourths (6/4) as a fraction would be renamed into a mixed number, which would be one and two fourths, or one and a half (1 1/2). Two fourths is equivalent to one half. By the way, a mixed number is a fraction consisting of a whole number and a proper fraction.
9/8 = 1 and 1/8 = 9/8
It is a mixed fraction. A real number, a rational number.
14% = 14/100
Yes, you can but you need to "rename" the whole part of the first mixed number.
First of all, the proper question is how to turn a mixed number into a improper fraction. First you multiply the denominator times the whole number. For example, what is two and three fourths as an improper fraction, you would multiply 2 times 4 and get 8. Next step, then you add what you got from multiplying your denominator times the whole number to what you have as part of your fraction. ex. you would add 8 plus 3 in 2 and 3 fourths and get 11 fourths. or use a calculator.
To rename a mixed number to a fraction, you multiply the number outside the fraction by the denominator (the lower part of the fraction), and then you add that number to the numerator (higher number of the fraction). If you need to turn 2 3/4 into a fraction, you do this: 2*4=8, 8+3=11, so 2 3/4=11/4 as an improper fraction.
What is an example of rename a mixed number as an improper fraction?Okay, we want to change the mixed number 3 and 1/2 to an improper fraction. First, multiply the denominator of the fraction (2) by the whole number (3). Once you have multiplied that, add the product to the numerator (1). Therefore, making your answer 7/2.
Yes, 2 would be the mixed number.
That depends on what kind of number name you are given: an improper fraction? A decimal? A percentage? ...