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It is 1473/10 cm as an improper fraction

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What is 1473 as an improper fraction?

1473 is an integer not a fraction. However, it can be represented by the improper fraction: 1473/1.


What is147.3 as an improper fraction?

1473/10


What is 147.3as an improper fraction?

1473/10


What is 147.3cm in a improper fraction?

147.3 cm = 147 and 3/10 cm so, (10 * 147 + 3)/10 = 1473/10 cm ------------------------simplest form


What is 147.3 as an improper fraction?

1473/10


How do you add a mixed number and an improper fraction?

I wouldconvert both to improper fraction,find a common multiple (CM),calculate equivalent fraction with CM as the denominator,add the numerators,change the improper fraction to a mixed fraction, if required,simplify the fractional part of the mixed fraction - if appropriate and required.


What is the answer to this change 147 and 3-10 into an improper fraction?

147 and 3/10(10*147+3)/10= 1473/10=========


How do you make 1.8 cm into a fraction?

It is 18/10 cm as an improper fraction. It can be simplified, if required and you could convert it to a mixed number.


How do you turn 147.3 into an improper fraction explain?

To convert a mixed number to an improper fraction, multiply the denominator by the whole number, add that total to the numerator and put the whole thing over the original denominator. 147 and 3/10 = 1473/10


How do you turn 147.3 into an improper fraction?

147.3is,147 and 3/10so,(10*147+3)/10= 1473/10==============simplest form


How do you turn 17.6 cm into an improper fraction?

17.6 = 173/5 = 88/5


What is 147.3 as an inproper fraction?

1473/10

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