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Q: How do you divide a whole number into an improper fraction?

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you have to change it into a improper fraction then divide the numerator into the domnator

no no no that is not what they were asking you would divide a whole number by a fraction by putting the whole number over one making it an improper fraction then divide those as you would regular fractions ........ hope it helped :)

To convert an improper fraction to a mixed number, divide the denominator into the numerator. The answer is the whole number. Put any remainder over the original denominator to create the fraction part.

If your improper fraction does not produce a remainder when you divide it, then it's just a whole number. 22/11 = 2

You change the mixed number to an improper fraction, multiply its denominator by the whole number. Then, if required, convert back to a mixed fraction.

To convert an improper fraction to a mixed number, divide the denominator into the numerator. The answer is the whole number. Put any remainder over the original denominator to create the fraction part.

To convert an improper fraction to a mixed number, divide the denominator into the numerator. The answer is the whole number. Put any remainder over the original denominator to create the fraction part.

change it into an improper fraction, then convert it to a decimal. Or just divide the fraction and add the whole number at the end.

No, it is not an improper fraction. It is a whole number.

An improper fraction cannot be converted to a whole number, since the two are not equivalent.

This question looks a little turned around. You can't change a proper fraction to an improper one unless you add something to it and improper fractions don't have whole numbers. To change an improper fraction to a mixed number (a whole number with a fraction) divide the denominator into the numerator. The result is the whole number. The remainder gets put over the original denominator. 22/7 = 3 and 1/7

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