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Q: What is 5 2 3 as an improper fraction?

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2 3/5:= [(5*2)+3]/5= [10+3]/5= 13/5 in improper fraction

2 3/5:= [(5*2)+3]/5= [10+3]/5= 13/5 in improper fraction

improper fraction for one and two thirds = 5/31 2/3:= [(3 * 1)+2]/3= [3+2]/3= 5/3 in improper fraction

improper fraction equivalent to 3 and two fifths = 17/53 and 2/5= 3 + 2/5= 15/5 + 2/5= 17/5 in improper fraction

2 and 3/5 = 13/5

5/3

It is: 1 and 2/3 = 5/3 as an improper fraction

5/3

13/2

17/5

1/5 has no improper fraction and 2/5 has no imporper fraction

3 as an improper fraction with a denominator of 5 = 15/5

This becomes 5/3 as an improper fraction.

3 6/5 as an improper fraction is 21/5.

2.6 as a fraction is 2 and 3/5 or 13/5 (improper fraction).

First, you divide the denoninator into the numerator. After you divide that, you have the answer: start from the quotient. Then the remainder. And lastly, the divisor. Example: 2 3/5: = [(5 * 2)+3]/5 = [10+3]/5 = 13/5 in improper fraction

It is: 2.5 = 5/2 as an improper fraction

5 wholes is 15 thirds so your improper fraction is 17/3

You cannot change 3/5 into an improper fraction. An improper fraction has a numerator that is greater than the denominator.

2 and 5/7 as an improper fraction is 19/7

1 and 2/3 = 5/3

2 1/3

improper fraction for 3 and 5 sixths = 23/63 5/6:= [(6 * 3)+5]/6= [18+5]/6= 23/6 in improper fraction

what is the improper fraction for negative 3 and 4/5

5 x 2/3 = 17/3

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