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Q: What is the whole number of 13 over 2 fifths?

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If the whole number is one of {-13, -1, 1, 13} then the answer is a whole number. Otherwise it is a rational fraction.

Well, two whole are 10 fifths, and add them to the 3 you allready have, you get 13 fifths.

13/5 = 2 and 3/5 as a mixed number

13/12 is not a whole number and so you cannot write it as a whole number.

Expressed as a mixed number, 13/5 is equal to 2 3/5 or two and three fifths.;]

-13/100

If you have the number 13 the denoninator would be 1. So like 13 over 1

It is: 13/9 = 1 and 4/9 as a mixed number

The mixed number is 41/3

The top-heavy fraction 16/13 is not equal to a whole number. Expressed as a decimal, it is equal to 1.230769 recurring (that is, 1.230769230769...)

13/8

13/5 - 2 3/5

Number of fifths in 1 5/8 = 13/8 is 13/8* 5 = 65/8

To the nearest whole number: 4

the 13 is the whole number, the 67 is 67 hundredths, so it is 13 and 67 over 100

1 and 2 over 11 (1 is the whole number and 2 over 11 is the fraction)

13 over 9

3 over 10

Multiply the denominator by the whole number, add that total to the numerator and put the whole thing over the original denominator. 3 and 1/4 = 13/4

13% is a fraction and you cannot represent it as a whole number. You can convert it to a whole number by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing (or other operations) but that would not be the same number then.

It is 13 rounded to the nearest whole number

13.49 rounded to the nearest whole number is 13

Multiply the denominator by the whole number, add that total to the numerator and put the whole thing over the original denominator. 3 and 1/4 = 13/4

No - an integer is a whole number - the closest integers to 12.5 are 12 and 13.

No. 12 would be a whole number, or 13 would be a whole number, but 12.5 is 12 and 1/2, which is NOT a "whole" number.