how to write 6/9 as a product of a whole number and a unit fraction.
Write the product of the whole number and fraction numerator over the denominator. If it is an improper fraction you may need to reduce it.
You need at least two things to have a product. Two whole numbers won't multiply to create a fraction. A whole number and a fraction will. 3 x 1/2 = 3/2
They are the same. If you write the whole number p in the form of the fraction, p/1, you would see absolutely no difference.
You take the whole number and multiply it by the denomonator and and your product to the numerator ,then you keep the same denomonator
No, you cannot write any irrational number as a fraction.
To write a whole number as a fraction, you take the whole number over "one". 460/1 460 over 1
It is 70/1 as a fraction and 70 as a whole number. There is no sensible way to write it as a mixed number.
It is 175/1 as a fraction and 175 as a whole number. There is no sensible way to write it as a mixed number.
its called a mixed fraction the first number which is the whole goes in the front then the fraction is behind it.
To convert a mixed number to an improper fraction, multiply the whole number part with the denominator, add the numerator and write the sum over the denominator. Basically what this means is, you multiply the whole number of the mixed number times the denominator of the fraction part. After that, you add the numerator to the product. Finally, you replace the numerator with the product, keep the denominator the same, and get rid of the whole number.
The recommended method in schools is to write the whole number as a rational fraction with denominator 1, and then proceed as you would for subtracting one fraction from another fraction.