Q: Is 12 over 12 a proper fraction or an improper fraction?

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1 and 7/12= 1 + 7/12= 12/12 + 7/12= 19/12 in improper fraction

It is: 2.4 = 12/5 as an improper fraction

5 over 2

1.0909

3 and 3/4 into an improper fraction = 15/43 3/4:= [(4 * 3)+3]/4= [12+3]/4= 15/4 in improper fraction

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Improper fractions cannot become proper fractions.

Fractions can be proper or improper, one cannot change one to the other.

7/12 is proper, 12/7 is improper.

An improper fraction is where the numerator (number on top) is greater than the denominator (number on bottom). Your fraction 12/18 is proper, but it is not simplified. The simplified form is 2/3, which in decimal is 0.66666....

12/7 is an improper fraction.

12 over 12 is equivalent to 1. This is not a fraction, but an integer.

2 and 5 over 12 as improper fraction = 29/12 2 and 5/12 = 2 + 5/12 = 24/12 + 5/12 = 29/12 in improper fraction

no, an improper fraction would be 12 over 7. To be improper the larger number would be on the top.

Proper fraction: 12 1/2 Improper fraction: 25/2

It is 15/12

1 and 7/12= 1 + 7/12= 12/12 + 7/12= 19/12 in improper fraction

12 over 9 is a improper fraction and it equals 1 and 3 over 9