Q: How do you write 0.4436 as a fraction or a mixed number?

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626 is an integer: it is neither a mixed number nor a fraction.

263 is an integer, not a fraction nor a mixed number.

310 is an integer: it is neither a fraction not a mixed number.

264 is an integer; it is neither a fraction not a mixed number.

425 is an integer, not a fraction nor a mixed number.

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To write 750 as a fraction, you would simply put it over 1, resulting in 750/1. To write it as a mixed number, you would divide 750 by 1 to get the whole number part, which is 750, and the remainder would be 0. Therefore, 750 can be written as both the fraction 750/1 and the mixed number 750.

To convert an improper fraction to a mixed number, divide the denominator into the numerator. The answer is the whole number. Put any remainder over the original denominator to create the fraction part.

Fraction: -11/10 Mixed number: = -11/10

283 is an integer, not a mixed number or fraction.

626 is an integer: it is neither a mixed number nor a fraction.

As a fraction . . . . . 355/1 As a mixed number . . . . . 3550/17 or 355.000

142 is an integer, not a fraction nor a mixed number.

263 is an integer, not a fraction nor a mixed number.

310 is an integer: it is neither a fraction not a mixed number.

264 is an integer; it is neither a fraction not a mixed number.

425 is an integer, not a fraction nor a mixed number.

It is 175/1 as a fraction and 175 as a whole number. There is no sensible way to write it as a mixed number.