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Q: How do you come up with a mixed number from a division problem?

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lets say that you're doing a division problem that looks just like a multiplication problem. lets say its 10 divided by 5 so 2x5 equals 10 so the missing number in the problem is 2 MORE TO COME

It doesn't matter!

long division. divide, multiply, subtract, bring down

if you take the decimal portion alone, .214 convert to fraction & reduce by half, then add in the whole you should come up with 607 over 500

To simplify improper fractions, you need to be able to divide. So, divide he numerator by the denominator to get the answer. For example, you want to simplify the improper fraction 35/7. Divide 35 by 7 and your answer is 5. Sometimes the answer may come out differently. For example, you want to simplify the improper fraction 42/12. Divide 42/12 and your answer is 3 with 6 left over. So, your answer is going to be a mixed number. The whole number is going to be 3. To get the fraction, you need to look at the problem. 6 is going to be your numerator and the number that you divided by in the first problem is going to be your denominator. So, you answer is going to be 3 6/12. Lastly, 6/12 can be simplified to 1/2. Now, your finally answer is 3 1/2.

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lets say that you're doing a division problem that looks just like a multiplication problem. lets say its 10 divided by 5 so 2x5 equals 10 so the missing number in the problem is 2 MORE TO COME

Yes.

A mixed number can be converted to an improper fraction.

Vectros can come in any number of components when the component reflects a dimension. Vectors reflect dimensionality of the space. If the problem has three dimensions, three components are enough, two components are insufficient to handle the problem and 5 dimensions may be too much. Operations are also importnat, not just number of components. Only a few vector spaces provide division. if your problem needs division, 3 and 5 dimension vectors are not capable of division algebra. Only 1,2,4 dimension spaces have associative division algebras.

Division arrays are typically done by dividing the total number of objects by the number of rows. These can come in the form of blocks or circles arranged in a specific number.

Mixed numbers come from improper fractions. 3/13 is proper.

If you mean the number you will eventually reach after perpetual division among integers, the number is 1.

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i don't think so because the mixed number should come out larger the the proper fraction, unless your just looking at the fraction.

A mix number is one whole number and a fraction, there for the numbers 1 2 5 can be come the mixed number 1 2/5.

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