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Q: What happens to a whole number when multiplied by a fraction greater 1?

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The answer depends on the fraction.

When any number is multiplied by its reciprocal, the product is ' 1 '.

It will increase.

It will increase.

It decreases.

The numerator of the fraction is multiplied by the whole number.

Any positive improper (or top heavy) fraction.

Your number increases.

The number that can be multiplied by a fraction to get a result of 1 is the reciprocal of the fraction. Apart from zero, all real numbers have reciprocals.

it will equal whatever number you multiplied it by

It is a division

Because, 1 multiplied by a number or fraction will equal the same thing, that's what also happens with dividing by 1. I hope I helped!

The inequality sign becomes greater than (>).

A fraction is normally used to represent a value is less that 1. So if you have 1 of a number and then find something that is less than 1 of it, it is naturally going to be smaller. However, you can also have a fraction that is greater than 1, in which case the value multiplied will be greater than the original.

80.1 is a [decimal] fraction number which is greater than 80.

yes a multiple is the answer of the number multiplied by a whole number

Any fraction in which the top is greater than the bottom number can be converted to a mixed number.

it become and even number

No. A number multiplied by a fraction yields a smaller number

Add a positive number - fraction or integer - to the given fraction.

If you divide the fraction by a number greater than 1 then you will have a smaller fraction.If you divide the fraction by a number equal to 1 then you will have the same fraction.If you divide the fraction by a positive number smaller than 1 then you will have a greater fraction.

Any fraction can be multiplied by a whole number so that the product is a whole number. Simply multiply the fraction (in rational form) by its denominator.

if you mean multiplying something by a fraction where the numerator is smaller than the denominator then yes.

If you have 2/4 you do 2 multiplied by any number and you multiply 4 by the same number you multiplied 2 with to get the fraction you are looking for. You can repeat the process in till you get the fraction you are looking for.

There is no such number. Given any number, there is sure to be an important fraction that is smaller.