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There are many ways to convert a proper fraction to an improper fraction. For example:

1 2/5 = 7/5

Take the denominator of the fraction (5), multiply it by the number beside the fraction (1), and add this number to the numerator (2). This number becomes the numerator of the improper fraction, and the old denominator is kept.

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