Q: What is the whole number of 11 over 4?

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5 1/2Simplify 22/4 to 11/2.Divide 11 by 2 using long division. The whole number part of the quotient is the whole number for the mixed number, the remainder is the numerator, and the divisor (2) is the denominator.

By that I hope you mean mixed number into an impropper fraction.Firt you wound multiply the whole number by the denominator(bottom number) and then add the numerator (top number).Second you would put that answer over the original denominator.Example: 2 3/4= (2x4)+3=11 so 11/4.

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No. The natural numbers are the counting numbers {1, 2, 3, ....} and every one of them is a whole number. 4/11 is a fraction (rational number) which is not [also a whole number], thus it cannot be a natural number.

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You take the whole number, multiply that by the denominator, then add the numerator. Whatever number you get, put that over the original denominator. Example: 2 3/4 2 (whole) x 4 (denominator) + 3 (numerator) = 11. Take 11 and put it over the denominator (4) you'd get 11/4 Hope this helped :)

3/4 cannot be a whole number.

I think this means 3 and two-thirds divided by 4 and two-thirds. This is 11 over 3 divided by 14 over 3, which is identical to 11 over 3 multiplied by 3 over 14. This works out at Eleven-Fourteenths

11 over 4 written as a mixed number = 23/4

5 1/2Simplify 22/4 to 11/2.Divide 11 by 2 using long division. The whole number part of the quotient is the whole number for the mixed number, the remainder is the numerator, and the divisor (2) is the denominator.

3/4 is not a whole number