Study guides

☆☆

Q: How do you write mixed numbers to improper fractions?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Other Math

You cannot: whole numbers and improper fractions are disjoint sets.

Multiply the denominator by the whole number, add that total to the numerator and put the whole thing over the original denominator.

you subtract mixed numbers by changing them to improper fractions. to borrow from a whole number you take away one like 5 changes to 4 and then you change look to the other mixed number your subtracting by and write its denominator as 4s denominator.

Covert each of the original mixed numbers to improper fractions;divide the improper fractions;simplify the resulting fraction, converting any improper fraction to a mixed number.45/8 = 37/823/4 = 11/4â‡’ 45/8 Ã· 23/4 = 37/8 Ã· 11/4= 37/8 x 4/11= 37/22= 115/22

Improper fraction: 43/8 Mixed numbers: 6 1/8

Related questions

Change them to improper fractions and double them.

Depending on how you write them, they are either called mixed fractions (e.g., 2 1/2), or improper fractions (e.g., 5/2).Depending on how you write them, they are either called mixed fractions (e.g., 2 1/2), or improper fractions (e.g., 5/2).Depending on how you write them, they are either called mixed fractions (e.g., 2 1/2), or improper fractions (e.g., 5/2).Depending on how you write them, they are either called mixed fractions (e.g., 2 1/2), or improper fractions (e.g., 5/2).

Before you can do that, you need to write each mixed number as an improper fraction, and then write both fractions with a common denominator. The only other choice is to write both mixed numbers as decimals, and then add them.

Its impossible you can change improper fractions into mixed number, but not 3490000...

You cannot: whole numbers and improper fractions are disjoint sets.

Multiply the denominator by the whole number, add that total to the numerator and put the whole thing over the original denominator.

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.

A mixed number, in the form q r/d = (d*q + r)/d

The majority of fractions will not be able to become whole numbers. Certain improper fractions, where the numerator is a multiple of the denominator, can become whole numbers. No proper fractions can.

you subtract mixed numbers by changing them to improper fractions. to borrow from a whole number you take away one like 5 changes to 4 and then you change look to the other mixed number your subtracting by and write its denominator as 4s denominator.

Improper fractions can't become proper fractions. You can write 13/3 as a mixed number, which is 4 1/3.

You can write any fraction greater than 1 as a mixed fraction. It is not customary to use mixed fractions for ratios.

People also asked