In that case, the result will be smaller than your positive whole number.
The question is ambiguous. Do you want to know how to multiply a fraction by a whole number, as well as by a mixed number? Or are you asking how to multiply a whole number by a mixed number and express the product as a fraction? Or what?
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.
Invert the fraction, and multiply it by the whole number.
Yes. If you mean dividing a whole number INTO a fraction here is how you do it. Take the whole number and write it as a fraction where the whole number is the numerator (top part of the fraction) and the number "1" is the denominator (the bottom part of the fraction). Now, turn that fraction upsides down so that the "1" is on top and the whole number is on the bottom. Multiply the numerator of the original fraction times the "1" giving you the original numerator as the new numerator. Multiply the whole number times the original denominator giving you the new denominator. If you means dividing the fraction into the whole number it is similar. Write the whole number as a fraction (as above) with 1 in the denominator. Then flip the fraction over and multiply the two numerators, the two denominators and you have your answer.
It is larger because the two whole numbers form a greater, larger number when multiplpied together. It is smaller when u multiply a whole number by a fraction because a fraction is a decimal and u get a smaller number when multiplying a number like 1/7 of 5
Keep the same denominator, and multiply the numerator by the whole number.
turn both fractions into decimals and then multiply!
Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction. Think of the whole number as being over one. Multiply them as you would any normal fractions.
Convert the mixed fraction to an improper fraction, multiply by the whole number, convert the answer back to a mixed fraction (if required).
Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction and proceed with the multiplication.
Multiply the numerator and the whole number. Put the total over the denominator. Simplify if possible.
Multiply the denominator by the whole number, or divide the numerator by the whole number
You do not!3 is a whole number, 7/3 is a fraction.If you multiply the whole number by the fraction you get 3*(7/3) = 7, which is larger not smaller.
You just take any denominator, (which is the second number in a fraction) and any whole number and multiply that denominator by the whole number to get an improper fraction, say you choose, the whole number 16 and the denominator 4, multiply 4 by 16 and get 64, your improper fraction will be 64/4.
If it is a rational fraction, you simply multiply its denominator by the whole number.
You change the mixed number to an improper fraction, multiply its denominator by the whole number. Then, if required, convert back to a mixed fraction.
Convert it to an improper fraction and multiply.
Multiply the whole number times the numerator. Divide the product by the denominator.
First you have to multiply the whole number with the top number in your fraction. REMEMBER TO KEEP THE BOTTOM NUMBER THE SAME!!!!! Your number will be an irregular fraction.
No, you don't.
Multiply by the reciprocal.