Q: What is 18 over 5 as an improper fraction?

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As an improper fraction - it would be 18 fifths (18/5)

improper fraction for 3 and 5 sixths = 23/63 5/6:= [(6 * 3)+5]/6= [18+5]/6= 23/6 in improper fraction

18/5

The Improper Fraction is 5/3 . The use of the term 'top heavy' is incorrect; 'Improper' is the correct term for a fraction where the numerator is greater than the denominator.

It is 21/5

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As an improper fraction - it would be 18 fifths (18/5)

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the improper fraction of 125 over 5 = 125/5 or 25/1

Yes, it is improper. An Improper fraction is a fraction that can be simplified as a mixed/whole number. So 5/5 can be simplified to 1.

4 and 4/5 as an improper fraction is 24/5

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The improper fraction 18/10 is already written as a vulgar fraction. Expressed in its simplest form, it is equal to 9/5 or nine over five.

If you mean 43 over 5 (43/5), that already is an improper fraction.

As an improper fraction in its simplest form 3.6 equals 18/5

If you mean 5 and 4/5 then as an improper fraction it is 29/5

improper fraction for 3 and 5 sixths = 23/63 5/6:= [(6 * 3)+5]/6= [18+5]/6= 23/6 in improper fraction