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					Fractions V Mixed Numbers
By Monica Yuskaitis

Mixed Number
A

mixed number has a part that is a whole number and a part that is a fraction.

3 = 1 4

What is the mixed number?

3 = 3 4

What is the mixed number?

3 = 4 4

What is the mixed number?

1 = 5 2

Improper Fraction
A

fraction in which the numerator is greater than the denominator.

=

8 4

What is the improper fraction?

=

15 4

What is the improper fraction?

=

19 4

What is the improper fraction?

=

11 2

How is the mixed number below related to the improper fraction?

1 = 5 2 11 = 2

How to change an improper fraction to a mixed number
 Divide the numerator by the denominator.  Put your remainder over the denominator.

=

5 2

How to change an improper fraction to a mixed number

2 ) 5
denominator

numerator

=

5 2

How to change an improper fraction to a mixed number

2r1 numerator ) 5 2
denominator

=

5 2

How to change an improper fraction to a mixed number 1 denominator 2 2 numerator ) 5 2
Put your remainder over the Denominator.

=

5 2

Change this improper fraction to a mixed number.

7 3

2 r1 = 3) 7 1 = 23

Put your remainder over the denominator.

Change this improper fraction to a mixed number.

8 3

2 r2 = 3) 8 2 = 23

Put your remainder over the denominator.

Change this improper fraction to a mixed number.

9 2

4 r1 = 2) 9 1 = 42

Put your remainder over the denominator.

Change this improper fraction to a mixed number.

2 r1 11 = 5 ) 11 5 1 Put your remainder over = 2 5 the denominator.

Change this improper fraction to a mixed number.

If there is no remainder your answer is a whole number.

2 10 = 5 ) 10 5

= 2

Change this improper fraction to a mixed number.

If there is no remainder your answer is a whole number.

4 16 = 4 ) 16 4

= 4

How to change a mixed number to an improper fraction
 Multiply

the whole number times the denominator.  Add your answer to the numerator.  Put your new number over the denominator.

+1 4 = x2

7 2

Change this mixed number to an improper fraction
the whole number times the denominator.  Add your answer to the numerator.  Put your new number over the denominator.
 Multiply

+2 20 6 = x3 3

Change this mixed number to an improper fraction
the whole number times the denominator.  Add your answer to the numerator.  Put your new number over the denominator.
 Multiply

+ 2 17 3x =

5 5

Change this mixed number to an improper fraction
the whole number times the denominator.  Add your answer to the numerator.  Put your new number over the denominator.
 Multiply

+ 3 19 4x =

4 4

Change this mixed number to an improper fraction
the whole number times the denominator.  Add your answer to the numerator.  Put your new number over the denominator.
 Multiply

+ 2 20 6x =

3 3

Change this mixed number to an improper fraction
the whole number times the denominator.  Add your answer to the numerator.  Put your new number over the denominator.
 Multiply

+ 3 43 8x =

5 5


				
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