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20/7 is an improper fraction. This is a fraction where the numerator (the number on top) is greater than the denominator (the number below).

It can be simplified into a mixed number by dividing 7 into 20 and expressing the remainder as a fraction.

20/7 = 2⁶/₇

The fraction after the number "2" showed as 6/7 but on saving the answer it became unintelligible.

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