3 over 7 is a fraction and is not equivalent to a whole number.
If that's the mixed number 7 and 1/3, the whole number is 7.
yes It depends upon the context. If "3 over 7" is intended to be a fraction, then it is not a whole number.
7 and 3/7
33 over 7 does not equate to a whole number.
7 over 4 does not equate to a whole number.
1/7 is a fraction and not a whole number. So it cannot be expressed as a whole number.
You do not!3 is a whole number, 7/3 is a fraction.If you multiply the whole number by the fraction you get 3*(7/3) = 7, which is larger not smaller.
Since 52 is not divisible by 7, 52 over 7 is a mixed fraction. It cannot be written as a whole number for the simple reason that it is not a whole number.
No, it is not.