550 IS a whole number and so it cannot be expressed as a proper fraction.
A mixed number.
It's simple really! When there is a whole number and a proper fraction it is a mixed number!
A mixed number or mixed fraction.
no, it is not possible. a mixed number is a whole number with a fraction, a fraction alone can't be a mixed number because it isn't whole.
A "mixed number" does that.
a mixed number
It is a mixed number.
a mixed number is a whole number with a fraction. 3 1/2
When an expression consists of a whole number and a proper fraction, we call it a mixed number. Here are some examples of mixed numbers: We can convert a mixed number to an improper fraction.
Multiply the whole number by the denominator. Add the product to the numerator of the proper fraction. The sum is the numerator of the improper fraction. The denominator will stay the same.
2/3 is a proper fraction. It can't be a whole number.
If it is a fraction like 5/5 than you can make it into a whole number which in this case is 1, but if you have a fraction such as 3/8 the closest whole number you can get is 0.375 which by the way is not a whole number. however technically, 5/5 is not proper. A proper fraction is when the numerator is less than the denominator, therefore it is simply impossible.
Proper fraction is part to whole.
It will be either a mixed fraction or a proper fraction, positive or negative.
.75 cannot be written as a mixed number. A mixed number is the combination of a whole number and a proper fraction. A mixed number can be written with the whole number leading followed by a proper fraction or as just a fraction. An example of a mixed number is 1 _ or 7/4.
A fraction. Usually a mixed fraction or improper fraction, depending how you decide to show the result.
A proper fraction is one in which the numerator is less than the denominator.That means that the value of the fraction is less than '1', so it can't be changedto a whole number.If you have an IMPROPER fraction ... one in which the numerator is more than the denominator ...then it can be changed to a whole number plus a proper fraction, like this:-- Divide the numerator by the denominator, to get the whole number, and a remainder.-- Write the proper fraction. Keep the original denominator, place the remainder in the numerator.
992/31 = 32, a whole number. It can't become a proper fraction.
it depends on what numbers they are
A [proper] fraction.