A mixed number is a combination of a whole number and a fraction. Generally, every mixed number must be more than ' 1 ', but zero is often considered a whole number. Therefore, the mixed number would be zero and six thousandths.
a "mixed" number
A mixed number is not an integer. Integers are positive or negative whole numbers and zero, but not fractions.
Nine fives is 45. As a mixed number that is 450/k where k is ANY non-zero number.
That's a 'mixed number'.
A mixed number
It is a fraction. For it to be a mixed number, the integer part of the number would have to be non-zero.
70/1 where the 1 could be replace by any non-zero number.
0 and 2/5 wouldn't be a mixed number, it would be a fraction. 3 and 0/7 wouldn't be a mixed number, it would be a whole number. 5 and 8/0 wouldn't be a mixed number, it would be a mess. Answer: Technically, by itself, no.
It is probably a mixed rational number.
19 is an integer, so the only way to express it as a mixed number might be 190/n where n is any number (other than zero) that you want. Pointless, but that's the only answer.
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.
A mixed numberThis is called a mixed number or mixed fraction.
To convert an improper fraction to a mixed number, divide the denominator into the numerator. The answer is the whole number. Put any remainder over the original denominator to create the fraction part. If the remainder is zero, it's just a whole number.
Did u mean how to make a number zero?. If so, then the answer is to make a number zero, it is needed to multiply the number with Zero .
A number multiplied by zero is zero.
26/13 can be simplified to 2/1 or just 2. Since the answer is an integer, there is no sensible mixed number, but if you had to, you could write it as 20/n where n is ANY non-zero integer.
zero + zero = zero
A mixed number
The mixed number is: 3 87/100
It is: 6.17 = 6 and 17/100 as a mixed number
Mixed numbers have a whole number plus a proper fraction. If the whole number is zero it would not be written and so only a proper fraction would be written. 3/6 is a proper fraction, so as a mixed number it would be itself 3/6 which would simplify to 1/2.
Of course not. The graph can cross the y-axis anywhere ... fraction, mixed number, whole number, or zero, and there are even some graphs that don't cross the y-axis anywhere.
A number multiplied by zero equals zero.