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Q: How do you turn an improper fraction into a normal fraction?

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463 into a improper fraction

multiply the denominator by the whole number then add the numerator and you have an improper fraction

If the fraction's numerator is greater than its denominator, then it already is an improper fraction. If its numerator is smaller than its denominator, then there's nothing you can do to it to turn it into an improper fraction.

turn fraction into a improper fraction

It is simply: 240/1 as an improper fraction

9/4 is already expressed as an improper fraction

Convert the mixed number into an improper fraction then divide the fraction and improper fraction as normal (invert the divisor and multiply) and simplify the result (including converting any improper fraction into a mixed number)

it's equal to a improper fraction , all you have to do is turn it into a improper fraction and you will get 23/6.

It is: 3.9 = 39/10 as an improper fraction

It is simply 9/1 as an improper fraction

It is simply 18/1 as an improper fraction

It is simply 143/1 as an improper fraction

It is: 2.9 = 29/10 as an improper fraction

It is: 3.51 = 351/100 as an improper fraction

It is simply 81/1 as an improper fraction

It is simply: 219/1 as an improper fraction

It can't be expressed as an improper faction because it is less than 1 but 0.25 as a normal fraction is 1/4

You cannot. By definition, an improper fraction has an absolute value which is greater than 1 whereas a regular fraction has a value less than 1.

You divide the bottom number by the top number

Turn the proper fraction into an improper fraction.

You cannot. The magnitude of 1/3 is less than one and so it cannot be an improper fraction.

905/100

131200 is 131200/1 as a fraction (improper i.e. top-heavy fraction)

You have to turn it into a improper fraction

First you would have to turn 3.25 into a fraction (3 1/4). To find the improper fraction you would multiply the denominator (4) by the whole number (3) to get 12 and then add the neumerator (1). The final improper fraction would be 13/4.