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Students will describe how turn a mixed number into an improper fraction and vice versa. Afterwards, they will describe the differences between the two processes.

9 Responses to “Contrasting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions”

  1. Adrian says:

    I am changing 3 9/13 into a improper fraction and 44/9 into a mixed number. First i am changing the mixed number. First you do three times thirteen. Three times thirteen is thirty nine. Then thirty nine plus nine is forty eight. Then you put forty eight as the numerator and thirteen as the denominator. So your real answer is forty eight over thirteen. You do not have to simplify. Now i am changing forty four over nine into a mixed number. First you have to divide forty four divided by nine. Nine can not go into four so you put a zero on top of the four. Nine can go into forty four four times. Nine times four is thirty six. Forty four take away thirty six is eight. Your answer is four and eight ninths. That is how you change 3 9/13 into a improper fraction, and 44/9 into a mixed number.

  2. Eric says:

         These are the following steps to change a Mixed Number into and Improper Fraction. First, you will need to multiply the denominator by the Mixed Number. Secondly, you have to add your answer to the numerator. Finally, your sum will be your numerator and the denominator will never be different. You will still need to find the GCF to make sure if there will be any need for you to simplify. In conclusion, this is the correct order to turn a Mixed Number to an Improper Fraction.

         Here is how you turn an Improper Fraction into a Mixed Number. First, you will have to divide the numerator by the denominator. Once you are done and you have the right answer you are almost done. But you will always have to have a remainder will be your numerator.

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  3. Adrian says:

    I am changing 3 9/13 into a improper fraction and 44/9 into a mixed number. First i am changing the mixed number. First you do three times thirteen. Three times thirteen is thirty nine. Then thirty nine plus nine is forty eight. Then you put forty eight as the numerator and thirteen as the denominator. So your real answer is forty eight over thirteen. You do not have to simplify.
    Now i am changing forty four over nine into a mixed number. First you have to divide forty four divided by nine. Nine can not go into four so you put a zero on top of the four. Nine can go into forty four four times. Nine times four is thirty six. Forty four take away thirty six is eight. Your answer is four and eight ninths. That is how you change 3 9/13 into a improper fraction, and 44/9 into a mixed number.

  4. Eliza says:

         Im going to show you how to change a mixed number to a improper fraction. The mixed number that we are making a improper fraction is 3 9/13. First step to multiply 13 by 3. That quotiont is 39. Next you add 39 + 9. You get 48 as that quotiont. The whole awnser for that question is 48/13. So the improper fraction is 48/13. That is how you get a improper fraction.

         This is how you change a improper fraction to a mixed number. The first step is to divide 19 into 44. 9 goes into 44 4 times. 9 times 4 is 39, so 44 subtracted by 39 is 8. 9 cannot go into 8 so 8 is our remainder. 4 becomes the whole number and 8 is the nuemerator. The quotiont is 4 8/9. That is how to change a improper fraction into a mixed number.

         Here are the diffrences of a mixed number and a improper fraction. A mixed number has a whole number and you multiply and add. A improper fraction is called taht because the nuemerator is greater than the denominator. You also divide and thats how you get that awnser. Those are the diffrences of a mixed number and a improper fraction.

  5. Eric says:

    These are the following steps to change a Mixed Number into and Improper Fraction. First, you will need to multiply the denominator by the Mixed Number. Secondly, you have to add your answer to the numerator. Finally, your sum will be your numerator and the denominator will never be different. You will still need to find the GCF to make sure if there will be any need for you to simplify. In conclusion, this is the correct order to turn a Mixed Number to an Improper Fraction.

    Here is how you turn an Improper Fraction into a Mixed Number. First, you will have to divide the numerator by the denominator. Once you are done and you have the right answer you are almost done. But you will always have to have a remainder. Your quotient will be your whole number and your remainder will be your numerator. Finally, the divisor will be your denominator. But you will still need to find the GCF to make sure if you need to simplify your answer. In conclusion, these are the directions to switch an Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number.

         These are the differences between the two processes for changing an Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number and for turning a Mixed Number to an Improper Fraction. To change a Mixed Number to a Improper Fraction you need to multiply and add, while for turning an Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number you only have to divide an figure out which is the whole number, numerator, and the denominator. But there is one thing that is always going to be the same. The original denominator in the Mixed Number or Improper Fraction will never be different. In conclusion, there are a lot more things that are unalike than are the same between the two methods for changing an Improper Fraction into a Mixed Number and for switching an Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number.

  6. Destiny says:

         If you need help changing an mixed number to an improper fraction. For example, if you want to change 3 9/13 to an improper fraction you have to multiply the denominator by the whole number and that will equal thirty-nine. After you do that step you add thirty-nine by the numerator that is nine and it will equal fourty-eight. You put forty-eight over the original denominator that is thirteen. This is how you change an mixed
    number to an improper fraction.
        Do you need help changing an improper fraction to an mixed number? First, you divide forty-four by nine and you’ll find what can go into four nothing, but four goes into

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  7. Adrian says:

    I am changing 3 9/13 into a improper fraction and 44/9 into a mixed number. First i am changing the mixed number. First you do three times thirteen. Three times thirteen is thirty nine. Then thirty nine plus nine is forty eight. Then you put forty eight as the numerator and thirteen as the denominator. So your real answer is forty eight over thirteen. You do not have to simplify.

    Now i am changing forty four over nine into a mixed number. First you have to divide forty four divided by nine. Nine can not go into four so you put a zero on top of the four. Nine can go into forty four four times. Nine times four is thirty six. Forty four take away thirty six is eight. Your answer is four and eight ninths. That is how you change 3 9/13 into a improper fraction, and 44/9 into a mixed number.

    These are the diffrences between the two processes to change an improper fraction into a mixed number and a mixed number into a improper fraction. To change the mixed number you need to add and multiply, for the improper you only have to divide and find wich one is the whole number, the denominator, and the numerator. There is only one thing that is going to stay the same and that is the original denominator. The fraction will never be diffrent. That is the diffrences between a improper fraction and a mixed number.

  8. Destiny says:

    If you need help changing an mixed number to an improper fraction. For example, if you want to change 3 9/13 to an improper fraction you have to multiply the denominator by the whole number and that will equal thirty-nine. After you do that step you add thirty-nine by the numerator that is nine and it will equal fourty-eight. You put forty-eight over the original denominator that is thirteen. This is how you change an mixed
    number to an improper fraction.
    Do you need help changing an improper fraction to an mixed number? First, you divide forty-four by nine and you’ll find what can go into four nothing, but four goes into forty-four. Next, you subtract 44 by 36 and you’ll have an remainder eight. So you put the four from thirty-sixand you put 4 as your remainder. Than you use your remainder of 8 as your numerator.Your

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  9. Mai says:

    Here are some steps to turn mixed numder into improper fraction. First, you will need to multiply the denominator by the Mixed Number and using MAPOD. Secondly, you have to add your answer to the numerator. You do three times thirteen, three times thirteen is thirty nine, then thirty nine plus nine is forty eight. Nine can not go into four so you put a zero on top of the four.The answer is 48 over 13, no simplfy.

    This is some steps how to turn into imprperty number into mixed numder by using DPROD.First, is to divide 19 into 44, 9 times 4 is 39, then 44 subtracted by 39 is 8, 9 cann’t go into 8. 8 is our remainder,the 4 becomes the whole number, 8 is the nuemerator. The answer is 4 8/9. That is the steps how to change a improper fraction into a mixed number.

    These are the diffrences between the two processes to change an improper fraction into a mixed number and a mixed number into a improper fraction. But there are a lot more things are unlikely than the same between the two methods for changing an improper fraction into a mixed number.

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