It is - 32/10.
what is the improper fraction for negative 3 and 4/5
Negative 3 and five sevenths expressed as an improper fraction is - 26/7.
As an improper fraction it is 8/3
No, it can be written as in improper fraction: 3/1
If it is a repeating decimal then it is 28/3 as an improper fraction
If the number was rounded to 6 decimal places then the improper fraction would be 152/3
If you mean recurring decimal 3 then it is 77/15 as an improper fraction
The number 3.25 is already a decimal. As a mixed fraction it is 3 1/4, and 13/4 as an improper fraction.
The decimal would be negative. Ex: -2/3 is -0.67
A negative fraction need not be a terminating decimal. For example, -2/3 = -0.66... (repeating).
There is no specific name. -3 is greater than -4 and (-3)/(-4) = 3/4 is a positive proper fraction. 3 is greater than -4 and 3/(-4) = -3/4 is a negative proper fraction. 3 is greater than -2 and 3/(-2) = -3/2 is a negative improper fraction. 4 is greater than 3 and 4/3 is a positive improper fraction. Thus, the fraction can be negative or positive, proper or improper.