You don't. Proper fractions are less than one, improper fractions are greater.
Mixed numbers can be converted to improper fractions. Improper fractions can be added the same way proper fractions are.
No, they are improper fractions. They can be equivalent to integers if the numerator is a multiple of the denominator.
proper factions are fractions under a whole number improper fractions are Example: proper: 1/2 improper: 3/2
Improper fractions can't become proper fractions.
You change them into improper or topheavy fractions.
they are both fractions
There are common fractions, improper fractions and equivalent fractions
Some similarities of proper fraction and improper fraction are that they are both fractions.
The three types of fractions are mixed, improper, and proper fractions.
you look at the big number first.
When you talk about fractions, you do include improper fractions. However, an improper fraction such as 24/6 is hard, because it should really be called 4. Yes, an improper fraction can be defined as a TYPE of fraction.
Proper fractions are factions with a numerator lower than the denominator but an improper fraction has a greater numerator than the denominator
4/6 is a proper fraction. Proper fractions can't become improper fractions.
Mixed fractions can be converted into improper fractions then changed back to a mixed number.
Not always. There are times when division of fractions results in a non-improper fraction.
In case of Proper fractions the numerator is lesser than the denominator. Whereas in case of improper fractions and mixed fractions the numerator is greater than denominator.
Change them to improper fractions and double them.
i think they are bothe fractions
By definition, you can't convert between proper and improper fractions. You can convert improper fractions to mixed fractions, and vice versa.
It depends because if u turn the improper fraction into decimal form see if it has any rational number characteristics for example if its repeating that means it rational
An improper fraction is when the numerator is equal to or greater than the denominator.