Q: What two parts make up a mixed number answer?

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A whole number combined with a proper fraction

Make the mixed number into an improper fraction and then divide the numerator into the denominator and then move the decimal to the left two places!!!!!!!(:

No. Each mixed number is made of a whole number and a fraction. When you add them, you have the sum of two whole numbers and two fractions. Since each whole number must be at least ' 1 ', the sum of two whole numbers must be at least ' 2 ', and the two fractions will always make it more than ' 2 '.

Expressed as a mixed number in its simplest form, 12/5 is equal to 2 2/5 or two and two fifths.

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The integer part and the fraction part.

14 over 3 is a fraction, which means it is relating a number of parts to the number of parts needed to make a whole. If you have 14 parts and it takes 3 parts to make a whole (think about pies or cakes that have been cut into 3 slices), then all you have to do is divide--if you have 14 parts and 3 of them make a whole, then you can use 12 of the parts to make 4 wholes, but you'll have 2 parts left over. So 14 over 3 as a mixed number is 4 2/3. (four and two-thirds)

A mixed number needs to be made up of two parts: an integer and a fraction. Since there must be a fraction part, it cannot be an integer.

A mixed number is made up of two parts: an integer (whole) part and a fractional part.

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A mixed number needs to be made up of two parts: an integer (or whole) part and a fraction part. Since there must be a fraction part, it cannot be a whole number.

A mixed number is a number consisting of an integer and a proper fraction.

An improper fraction is a ratio of two integers in which the absolute value of the numerator is largerr than the denominator. A mixed number is a number that comprises two parts: an integer part and a part that is a proper fraction.

2 and 2/3 is the mixed number for two and two thirds.

A whole number combined with a proper fraction

No, four and two sevenths is not an integer. An integer is a whole number without any fractional or decimal parts.

Zero can be expressed as the sum of any two opposite mixed number.