Q: What is the improper fraction of 55 over 6?

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9 1/6 Multiply 6 x 9 and add the 1 to get 55. The improper fraction is 55/6.

6 7/8 = 55/8

Since 6 is smaller than 24, there is no improper fraction.

6 and a 1/2 as an improper fraction is 13/2

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

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9 1/6 Multiply 6 x 9 and add the 1 to get 55. The improper fraction is 55/6.

No because in order to have an improper fraction, you need more than 6 to get the improper fraction.

6 7/8 = 55/8

Since 6 is smaller than 10, there is no improper fraction.

Since 6 is smaller than 24, there is no improper fraction.

5/6 cannot be an improper fraction. You need a mixed number to reveal an improper fraction. 5/6 is just a regular fraction.

6 1/9 = 55/9

6 and a 1/2 as an improper fraction is 13/2

6 7/8 as can be written as improper fraction as 55/8.

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

35 over 6

7/6 is an improper fraction. Improper fractions can't be proper fractions. It wouldn't be proper.