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Changing Mixed Number to Improper Fraction

Steps on how to convert mixed number into improper fraction

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Mathematics K-12 MixedNumber ImproperFraction 4thGrade



What you will learn

  • Define mixed numbers and improper fractions
  • Explain the purpose of mixed numbers
  • Identify mixed numbers
  • Convert improper fractions into mixed numbers

Course Content

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Converting Mixed Number into Improper Fraction
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Requirements

  • Prior knowledge about Fraction, Improper Fraction, and Mixed Number , Laptop, Personal Computer or mobile phone , Pen and Paper for manual solving

Description

Welcome to how to change Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions! Need help with the mixed numbers to improper fractions steps? You're in the right place! Whether you're just starting out, or need a quick refresher, this is the video for you if you're looking for how to change improper fractions to mixed numbers. Teacher Harvy will go through mixed number examples and explain the steps of how to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions.

This tutorial offers instructional videos, pdf file modules that are directly aligned with math standards. Teachers, parents/guardians, and students from around the world have are welcome to access in this course to help with math content in many different ways. 

To convert a mixed number into an improper fraction, multiply the whole number by the denominator and add it to the numerator. This becomes the numerator of the improper fraction; the denominator of the new fraction is the same as the original denominator.

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About the Instructor

Ryan Harvy Quindoza has a degree in Bachelor of Secondary Education with the specialization in Social Sciences. He is currently a college instructor at one of the most prominent colleges in their region.