Q: What is 1 12 as an improper fraction?

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1 1/12:= (12 + 1) /12= 13/12 in improper fraction

12 is an integer and so as an improper fraction, it can be expressed as 12/1.

2 1/12:= [(12*2)+1]/12= [24+1]/12= 25/12 in improper fraction

19/121 and 7/12:= 1 + 7/12= 12/12 + 7/12= 19/12 in an improper fraction

As a decimal: 12.0 As an improper fraction: 12/1

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1 1/12:= (12 + 1) /12= 13/12 in improper fraction

12 is an integer and so as an improper fraction, it can be expressed as 12/1.

Neither. It is the whole number, 1.

2 1/12:= [(12*2)+1]/12= [24+1]/12= 25/12 in improper fraction

1 and 7/12= 1 + 7/12= 12/12 + 7/12= 19/12 in improper fraction

25/122 1/12:= [(12 * 2)+1]/12= [24+1]/12= 25/12 in improper fraction

It is simply 12/1 as an improper fraction

If you mean 4 and 1/12 then it is 49/12 as an improper fraction

As a decimal: 12.0 As an improper fraction: 12/1

19/121 and 7/12:= 1 + 7/12= 12/12 + 7/12= 19/12 in an improper fraction

It is simply -12/1 as an improper fraction

2 and 1/12 = 25/12