A mixed number is a number with both a whole number and a fraction.
two thirds is a fraction and 4 is a whole number
Mixed number contains a whole number and a fraction, a simplified fraction is eg 2/3 rather than 4/6.
A whole number does not include a fraction or decimal part. For example, 3, 107, -9 and zero are whole numbers. 2.1, -17,4528765 and two-and-a-half are not whole numbers.
The answer can be another fraction and a whole number or it can be a whole number.
A whole number is a number with no decimal or fraction, like 5, 67, and 3. An integer is a split whole number, like 3.67, 56.2, 8/7, and 8 4/5.
a fraction cannot be a whole number
You can make any whole number into a fraction by putting it over 1.
A whole number is any number that is not a fraction, decimal, or mixed number. A nonzero whole number is the same, except that it doesn't equal zero.
It is replacing the number by the whole number such that the difference between the number and that whole number is the smallest that it can be.
an integer is a whole number
0.3 is not a whole number and 3.0 is a whole number
The numerator of the fraction is multiplied by the whole number.
N0 it is not a whole number. A decimal or a fraction lies between two whole numbers, but are not whole numbers.
A question about "the difference between" requires two objects!
When multiplying a fraction by a whole number, you should rewrite the whole number as a fraction. Do this by placing the number over a denominator of one.
A number can be called either a mixed number or a mixed fraction when it is a whole number with a fraction.
There is no difference.
It is the first whole number divided by the denominator of the unit fraction. This could be a whole number or a fraction.
Any whole number into a fraction is whole number over 1. Whole number = x Fraction = x/1
There are no differences.
how to write 6/9 as a product of a whole number and a unit 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.
It is often a fraction but can be a mixed or whole number.