Q: Which statement is true when a whole number is multiplied by an improper fraction?

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The one where the denominator is the same and the numerator is the whole number multiplied by the denominator plus the numerator of the fraction.

Any positive improper (or top heavy) fraction.

Improper Fraction.

Some numbers are improper fractions and some are not. For example, 1/2 or 0.5 is a number but not an improper fraction. And there is no way in which you can express it as an improper fraction.

Convert the mixed number into an improper fraction then divide the fraction and improper fraction as normal (invert the divisor and multiply) and simplify the result (including converting any improper fraction into a mixed number)

twelve eighths is already in improper fraction, an improper fraction is a fraction which has a numerator (top number) larger than the denominator (bottom number)

If you are using the same number, then the improper fraction and mixed number are equal.

A mixed number can be converted to an improper fraction.

An Improper Fraction is when the top number is bigger than the bottom number

You do not do anything. An improper fraction IS a real number.

The numerator of the fraction is multiplied by the whole number.

By changing the mixed number into an improper fraction.

By changing the mixed number into an improper fraction and ensuring that they both have the same denominators simply then subtract one improper fraction from the other improper fraction.

43 is an integer, not an improper fraction nor a mixed number.

The mixed number consists of a whole number and a fraction. Multiply the denominator of the fraction portion by the whole number and to this product add the numerator of the fraction portion. This value is the numerator of the new improper fraction. The denominator of the new improper fraction is the same as the denominator of the original fraction portion of the mixed number.

That's by the way "improper fraction" is defined. An improper fraction is a number greater than one, written as a single fraction.

You can't. Improper and proper fractions are two different things. You can convert an improper fraction to a mixed number.

multiply the denominator by the whole number then add the numerator and you have an improper fraction

35% wouldn't be an improper fraction - it would be a proper fraction. 35/100, or 7/20 is the proper fraction answer. An improper fraction is where you have a larger number as a numerator and a smaller number as the denominator, such as 100/35.

an improper fraction is a fraction that the top number (numerator) is bigger than the bottom one (denominator)

Any whole number can become an improper fraction by putting it over one. 9 = 9/1

An improper fraction is one where the numerator (top number) is greater than the denominator (bottom number).

An improper fraction cannot be converted to a whole number, since the two are not equivalent.

Yes, it can. In fact every mixed number has an equivalent improper fraction.

No, it is not an improper fraction. It is a whole number.

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