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Q: What is a whole number for 1 over 2?

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There is no whole number. One over two = 1/2

It can't be a whole number but 5/2 is 2 and 1/2 as a mixed number

To represent a whole number as a fraction put the whole number over 1. For example, 2 is 2/1, 14 is 14/1.

to make a whole number into a fraction all you have to do is make it whatever the whole number is over one ex: 2 is your whole number, to make it a fraction simply put it over one. when you say it, you can say 2 over 1, 2 firsts, or 2 divided by 1. 2 divided by one does equal 2, your starting whole number.

yes it can be simplified and when you do simplify is 1 whole, and the trick is that any number that is over the same number is going to be simplified to 1 whole

Any whole number can be written over 1. To divide a fraction by a whole number, multiply that fraction by one over the whole number. 2/3 divided by 4 = 2/3 x 1/4

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Yes.

1 and 2 over 11 (1 is the whole number and 2 over 11 is the fraction)

5 and 1/2

No a natural number is whole such as 1, 2, 3 ,4

11/9 x 3/5 = 33/45 = 11/15

A mixed number is a whole number with a fraction left over. Example: 1 1/2

The answer as a mixed number is 1 whole and 2 thirds. 1 2/3

1 and 2/5

9/2 can't be a whole number.

5/2 as a mixed number is 2 and 1/2 or 2.5 as a decimal number

5 over 2 is not a whole number. simplified it is 2 and one half or 2.5

20/12 can not be expressed as a whole number but as a mixed number it is 1 and 2/3

The improper fraction 7/3 can't be a whole number. It can be 2 and 1/3, which is a mixed number.

A rational number is one where a whole number is over another whole number. 3 and 2 are both whole numbers so 3/2 is a rational number.

2/3 can't become a whole number.

No, 3/2 is not a whole number, it is an improper fraction.

1 is a multiple because there is a whole number, really. There is 1 of that number, so that number times 1 is that number. Example: Whole number: 2 2 x 1 (since there is only one 2) = 2.

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