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1/15 is a proper fraction. Proper fractions can't become improper fractions. It wouldn't be proper.

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The absolute value of the given fraction is less than 1. There is, therefore no sensible way to represent it as a mixed fraction.

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make it was 1 and one over six it would become 9 over 15 because that is an improper fraction

9 and 1/2 to get the improper fraction..., (2 * 9 + 1)/2 = 19/2 =====

Improper fractions are always > 1. Reason, the numerator (top) is always larger than the denominator(bottom). NB Improper fractions is the correct term for 'Top Heavy' fractions.

114/15 = 29/15

It is a whole number. Fractions are common and improper. 1/1 is not a common fraction.

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make it was 1 and one over six it would become 9 over 15 because that is an improper fraction

9 and 1/2 to get the improper fraction..., (2 * 9 + 1)/2 = 19/2 =====

Improper fractions are always > 1. Reason, the numerator (top) is always larger than the denominator(bottom). NB Improper fractions is the correct term for 'Top Heavy' fractions.

proper factions are fractions under a whole number improper fractions are Example: proper: 1/2 improper: 3/2

15 over 1

114/15 = 29/15

It is a whole number. Fractions are common and improper. 1/1 is not a common fraction.

1 over 15 x 3 over 2 (after turning them into improper fractions) this is then: 2 x 45 over 30 ( as it is the common demoninator) 2 x 45 is 90, so this is 90 over 30, which is two Therefore 1 over 15 x 3 over 2 is two.

you cant turn improper fractions into fractions but you can turn fractions into mixed numbers. to do this you see how many times the denominator goes into the numerator. for example: if your improper fraction is 7/5, 5 goes into 7 one time but there is two left over. you just put that two on top of your denominator and it turns out 1 and 2/5.

It is 15.

Greatest on a list of proper fractions, least on a list of improper fractions.

Convert both fractions to improper fractions. That makes them easy to multiply (just multiply the numerators and the denominators).