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6 is a whole number. you can't make a whole number into fraction

3.5 is a rational fraction and there is no sensible way to make it into a whole number.

A fraction is generally not a whole number, so you can't "make it into a whole" - any whole number would not have the same value. You can round a fraction to the nearest integer, if you like - but note that you would lose some precision if you do so.

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You can convert any whole number into a fraction, by putting the whole number in the numerator, and the number "1" in the denominator.

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6 is a whole number. you can't make a whole number into fraction

to change any whole number into a fraction place the whole number over 1291557----------1

3.5 is a rational fraction and there is no sensible way to make it into a whole number.

A fraction is generally not a whole number, so you can't "make it into a whole" - any whole number would not have the same value. You can round a fraction to the nearest integer, if you like - but note that you would lose some precision if you do so.

to make a whole number into a fraction all you have to do is make it whatever the whole number is over one ex: 2 is your whole number, to make it a fraction simply put it over one. when you say it, you can say 2 over 1, 2 firsts, or 2 divided by 1. 2 divided by one does equal 2, your starting whole number.

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The answer can be another fraction and a whole number or it can be a whole number.

You can convert any whole number into a fraction, by putting the whole number in the numerator, and the number "1" in the denominator.

a fraction cannot be a whole number

To divide a whole number by a fraction, you can rewrite the fraction as a whole number by multiplying the denominator by the whole number. Then, divide the resulting whole number by the numerator of the fraction. This process is equivalent to multiplying the whole number by the reciprocal of the fraction.

To express .20 as a whole number, you would multiply it by 100 to shift the decimal two places to the right. This would give you 20 as a whole number. Converting a decimal to a whole number involves removing the decimal point by multiplying the decimal by the appropriate power of 10.