Q: How do we change the mix number into an improper fractions?

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Change the mixed fraction to improper fraction, like this: 1 & 3/4= 7/4 because you multiply the whole number and denominator and you add the numerator to get an improper fraction with the numerator being bigger than the denominator.So one equivalent fraction for 7/4 is: 14/8The second equivalent fraction for 7/4 is: 21/12*You can later turn those equivalent fractions into mix fractions, if necessary.*

You multiply the whole number by the denominator, then whatever that answer is you add the nominator to it. Then that's your new nominator. But the denominator in the mixed number is still the denominator.

o is the mix number and 8 over 5 is th fraction

5/9 + 5/6 = 25/18...the change it to a mix number = 1 7/8 To add fractions you need the bottom number to be the same. To do this, find a number that both 9 and 6 can divide into: (in this case 18) 5/9 = /18 + 5/6 = /18 Then, how many times can 9 divide into 18? 6 into 18? 5/9 = 10/18 + 5/6 = 15/18 Now add 10 and 15 and leave 18 on the bottom = 25/18 To change to a mix number take 25 and divide it by 18...how many times can 18 go into 25? Just once, the remainder is 7...SO 1 and 7/18 (18 being the number you started to divide with) The ANSWER is 1 7/18

A mix number is one whole number and a fraction, there for the numbers 1 2 5 can be come the mixed number 1 2/5.

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you have to multiply the top and bottom number by the same number

It's much easier to multiply fractions than it is to multiply mixed numbers. Try either one some time.

17/8 = 15/8

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Let's start with improper number. 7.2 in improper fraction is 72/10. If you change that to a mixed number, it becomes 7 2/10 which you can simplify to 7 1/5. 1.13 in improper fraction is 113/100. That in a mixed number is 1 13/100 which you cannot simplify, so you leave it.

Change the mixed fraction to improper fraction, like this: 1 & 3/4= 7/4 because you multiply the whole number and denominator and you add the numerator to get an improper fraction with the numerator being bigger than the denominator.So one equivalent fraction for 7/4 is: 14/8The second equivalent fraction for 7/4 is: 21/12*You can later turn those equivalent fractions into mix fractions, if necessary.*

wat is ur problem?

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.

Mixed fractions can't become proper fractions. Mixed fractions are greater than one.

An improper fraction is when the numerator is bigger than the denominator. For example: 5 out of 4 - 5/4 is a improper fraction. Just in case your confused, 4/4 is NOT and improper fraction. It is a whole number.A mixed number is when there is a whole number and a proper fraction put together.

no. lets use 10,000,000,000,000, which is a whole number, and 1 1/2, which is a mixed number. all a mixed number is is a mix of fractions and whole numbers,

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