An improper fraction is one where the numerator is equal to or greater than the denominator.
An improper fraction has a numerator greater than the denominator. When the numerator and denominator are equal, that's called "1."
There are an infinite number of fractions that equal one-fourth.
You don't. An improper fraction is greater than or equal to one. A proper fraction is less than one. Therefore, you can't just convert one into the other.
325/100 or 13/4
Expressed as an improper fraction, one sixth is equal to 1/6.
one and one-fourths is equal to five-fourths
A proper fraction is a fraction who's numerator is smaller than the denominator. An improper fraction is a fraction who's numerator is larger than or equal to the denominator. 1/2 is a proper fraction. 3/2 is an improper fraction. Now to understand why the improper fraction is larger than the proper fraction, lets split them up. The proper fraction is one half of a whole, whereas the improper fraction is one whole and one half. Basically the proper is one half, and the improper is three halves. In theory, a proper fraction is always less than the whole number under consideration. On the other hand, an improper fraction is either equal to or larger than the whole number under consideration.
5/5 is an improper fraction, because it is the same as saying 1. Yes. 5/5 is an improper fraction. Improper fractions are fractions with greater numerator than denominator or with the same numerator and denominator. Thus, improper fractions when changed to decimals are always greater than one or exactly equal to one. 5/5 is exactly equal to one, thus it is an improper fraction.
a fraction that has a numerator equal to the denominator is one: a fraction who's numerator is greater that the denominator is an improper fraction.
You can't convert a proper fraction to an improper or mixed fraction - it just doesn't make sense. By definition, a proper fraction is one that is less than one; a mixed fraction - as well as an improper fraction - is less than or equal to one.
2 and 1/2 as an improper fraction is 5/2
No, because the numerator (top number) must always be larger then the denomenator (bottom number) to be an improper fraction. To equal 1, both numbers must be the same.
No, but 25% would be equal to a fraction of one-fourth. 20% would be equal to a fraction of one-fifth. So 20.4% would be equal to a fraction closer to one-fifth only slightly bigger. The exact fraction for 20.4% is 204/1000 which when reduced to its simplest form would equal 51/250
1/4 one fourth
one-fourth or 1/4
One mile is equal to 1760 yards. Therefore, expressed as an improper fraction, 1540 yards is equal to 1540/1760 miles. Expressed as an improper fraction in its simplest form, this is equal to 7/8, or seven eighths, of a mile.
That's by the way "improper fraction" is defined. An improper fraction is a number greater than one, written as a single fraction.
you muiltiply the three and four than addd the one and keep the demonminator the same.
The number 25 is equal to the fraction of one fourth or 25 percent.
Expressed as an improper fraction in its simplest form, 5.05 is equal to 101/20 or one hundred and one over twenty.