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Q: When an improper fraction is written as a combination of a whole number and a proper fraction what it is called?

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It is called a mixed number or a mixed fraction.

That is called an improper fraction.That is called an improper fraction.That is called an improper fraction.That is called an improper fraction.

That's an improper fraction.

An improper fraction

An improper fraction

It is called a improper fraction.

A fraction whose value is one or more is called an improper fraction, or a mixed fraction, depending on how you write it. For example one-and-a-half can be written as 1 1/2 - this is a mixed fraction. If you write it as 3/2, it is called an improper fraction.

because the denominator is a bigger number so it is called improper because the denominator is a bigger number so it is called improper

The reciprocal, or a proper fraction.

an improper fraction

When you talk about fractions, you do include improper fractions. However, an improper fraction such as 24/6 is hard, because it should really be called 4. Yes, an improper fraction can be defined as a TYPE of fraction.

Not sure how the 74 fits into this. The fraction is called a top-heavy or improper fraction.

a fraction that can be changed by dividing it is called an improper fraction.

In an improper fraction the absolute value of the numerator (the top) is bigger than the absolute value of the denominator. An improper fraction is also called a top-heavy fraction.

That is called an improper fraction.

That's an improper fraction.

An improper fraction.

Its called an improper fraction.

it is called an improper fraction

yes. That is called an improper fraction.

It is called an improper fraction.

That's called an improper fraction.

That's an improper fraction.

The smallest improper fraction I could make would be called one plus one over infinity. Technically, the smallest improper fraction is indistinguishable from an integer.

A proper fraction has a numerator that is smaller in magnitude (absolute value) than its denominator. A fraction that does not meet this criterion is called improper.