Q: What happenes when you multiply both the numerator and denominator of a faction by 4?

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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. To convert any fraction to a decimal, divide the denominator into the numerator.

It is a complex fraction.

If it is a rational fraction, you simply multiply its denominator by the whole number.

Its called a mixed fraction. So, for example, 10/4 is a mixed fraction.

To get to an improper fraction from a mixed fraction, multiply the whole number to the left of the faction by the denominator of the fraction. 7 x 21 = 147. Next, add the numerator of the fraction to the product you just calculated. 4 + 147 = 151. Put the sum you just calculated over the original denominator (151/21).

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Divide the denominator(bottom number) by the numerator(top number) then multiply it by 100.

It is the denominator and the top number is the numerator

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. To convert any fraction to a decimal, divide the denominator into the numerator.

It is the numerator which is above the denominator in a fraction

It is a complex fraction.

Everything has something in common, even if it's just one. When the numerator and the denominator have a GCF of 1, the fraction is said to be in its simplest form.

Yes if it's a proper fraction but no if it's an improper faction or a 'top heavy' fraction

times the denominator by a number to get to a hundred then times the numerator by the same number. the final faction that you get, take the numerator and add a percentage sign and thats your percentage

If it is a rational fraction, you simply multiply its denominator by the whole number.

Its called a mixed fraction. So, for example, 10/4 is a mixed fraction.

no that can be simplified into simply 1 if it was a mixed the top number (numerator) would be bigger than the bottom(denominator)

To get to an improper fraction from a mixed fraction, multiply the whole number to the left of the faction by the denominator of the fraction. 7 x 21 = 147. Next, add the numerator of the fraction to the product you just calculated. 4 + 147 = 151. Put the sum you just calculated over the original denominator (151/21).