1 and 2/5 as an improper fraction is 7/5
Take 1 2/3 and change it into a improper fraction. Then multiply 4/9 by the reciprocal of the improper fraction (ex. 12/23 and 23/12). Simplify if needed.
2 and 1/3 as an improper fraction is 7/3
You can do this in two steps. First you convert it to an improper fraction the usual way. Then you transform it to an equivalent fraction, with a denominator 6.
An improper fraction is something like 7/5, or seven fifths. If it was something like this, 1 2/5, or one and two fifths, it would be a compound number.
You can't. Improper and proper fractions are two different things. You can convert an improper fraction to a mixed number.
The answer is fifteen over seven
It is 33/16.
No, two fourth is not an improper fraction because the numerator is less than the denominator if it was improper it would be four over two which you can change it into a mixed number.
Two and four sevenths as an improper fraction = 12857/5000
Two and five eighths as an improper fraction is 2625/1000 or 21/8
If you multiply the fraction three-fourths by two you will get six-fourths. If you change that improper fraction to a mixed fraction you will get one and two-fourths. The two-fourths reduces to one-half. There fore three-fourths times two is one and a half.
Two and three sevenths is "31/7", read "Thirty-one sevenths" in improper form.
If you mean: 2 and 1/2 then as an improper fraction it is 5/2
it is 5/3
improper fraction for one and two thirds = 5/31 2/3:= [(3 * 1)+2]/3= [3+2]/3= 5/3 in improper fraction
The mixed number 2 1/4 (two and one over four) = 9/4 (nine over four) as an improper fraction.
An improper fraction cannot be converted to a whole number, since the two are not equivalent.
I think 8 1/8 is 16/8 because you add the two eights then multiply by one to get the fraction.
No. An improper fraction is a fraction whose numerator is larger than the denominator
twenty one over two... or 21/2 (same thing....)