Ten thirds is an improper fraction. As a mixed number, it would be three and one-third.
You cannot. The magnitude of 1/3 is less than one and so it cannot be an improper fraction.
It is 10/3.
If you have 3 and you want to show this in an improper fraction in thirds, you have to get 1 whole one into thirds, which is 3/3 and then times it by three whole ones which is 9/3. The answer is 9 thirds!
it is 5/3
81/8 = 65/8
improper fraction for one and two thirds = 5/31 2/3:= [(3 * 1)+2]/3= [3+2]/3= 5/3 in improper fraction
One and one third is the mixed number, four thirds is the simplified improper fraction.
If each whole has three parts to it, then with 2 holes you will have 6 thirds. You then add the extra third to the other 6 and get the improper fraction of 7/3.
Yes, if it is in improper fraction form. If you want to simplify it, your answer will be 1 1/3 or written as One and one third.
That's by the way "improper fraction" is defined. An improper fraction is a number greater than one, written as a single fraction.
3 and one three third as an improper fraction = 10/33 1/3:= [(3 * 3)+1]/3= [9+1]/3= 10/3 in improper fraction
I think 8 1/8 is 16/8 because you add the two eights then multiply by one to get the fraction.
Seven thirds is two and one third. Seven thirds is considered an improper fraction in that the numerator is larger than the denominator. If you were to divide seven by three by hand or calculator, you would come up with 2.3333333... and so on, which is two and one third.
A proper fraction is one whose modulus is less than one whole an improper fraction is one whose modulus is greater than one. The reciprocal of a proper faction is an improper fraction.
The equivalent fraction to 8/8 is any fraction whose numerator is the same as its denominator.
By changing the mixed number into an improper fraction and ensuring that they both have the same denominators simply then subtract one improper fraction from the other improper fraction.
5/6 (One and two-thirds is the same as 3/3 + 2/3 = 5/3 (an improper fraction). Divide 5/3 in half and the answer is 5/6.)
Convert each fraction to an improper fraction. Then you can multiply all the numerators together (that will be the numerator of the result), and you can multiply all the denominators together (that will be the denominator of the result).
30/1 is one improper fraction that equals 30.