Q: What fraction could you add to get 4 over 7 to get a sum greater then 1?

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obvious answer:9 out of 8 or if you can 1 out of 1

Just put a decimal point at the end of the number. Thus 2 = 2. You could add a zero, viz 2.0, but that implies a greater degree of accuracy and could be misleading.

The improper fraction is= 20 over 7. (7x2=14. Add 6 and it's 20.)

Multiply the denominator by the whole number, then add the numerator by the answer you got from multiplying. Last, you slide the denominator over.

yes it does make the number greater.Yes, here's an example 1+(2/3) = 5/3 or 1.67

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Add it to itself.

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4/7.

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500/7 would be a very safe bet.

obvious answer:9 out of 8 or if you can 1 out of 1

4/7 I guess. 4/7 + 4/7 = 8/7 = 1 1/7. 1 1/7 > 1.

Proper fractions are less than 1. Improper fractions are greater than 1. For a proper fraction to become an improper fraction, you would have to add a quantity that would make it greater than 1.

4/7ths plus 4/7ths equals 8/7ths. This would be 1 and 1/7th

Just put a decimal point at the end of the number. Thus 2 = 2. You could add a zero, viz 2.0, but that implies a greater degree of accuracy and could be misleading.

Multiply them by a number less than 1. Divide them by a number greater than 1. Add a negative number. Subtract a positive number. Any of the above will do. One could also reduce the font when printing the fraction.