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    • Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Fractions By Kelly Taylor
    • What is an Improper Fraction?
      • An Improper fraction has a top (numerator) number larger than (or equal to) the bottom (denominator) number, Its “Top Heavy”
      • Examples:
      • 11 8 3
      • 7 5 2
    • Is This an Improper Fraction?
      • 19
      • 10
      • YES!!!!
    • What is a Mixed Fraction?
      • A Mixed Fraction is a whole number and a proper fraction combined, such as 1 3/4.
    • How you Change an Improper Fraction to a Mixed Fraction
      • First figure out if its an improper fraction by looking to see if the top number is bigger than the bottom number.
      • 8 Yes 3 No
      • 5 4
    • Next you divide the top number by the bottom number
      • Now that we know 8 is an improper
      • 5
      • fraction we can divide 8 by 5. 5 goes into 8, 1 time with 3 left over.
      • We take the remaining 3 and make it into a fraction. The remaining 3 will always go over the original denominator.
      • The number of times the denominator goes into the numerator always goes in front of the remaining fraction such as:
      • 1 3
      • 5
    • Practice
        • Are these improper fractions? If so change it into a mixed fractions.
        • 1. 13 2. 9
        • 6 2
    • Practice
        • 1. 13 2 . 9
        • 6 2
        • Answers YES
        • 1 . 2 1 2. 4 1
        • 6 2
    • Practice
      • Are these improper fractions? If so change it into a mixed fraction.
      • 1. 12 2. 2
      • 5 3
    • Answers
      • 1 . 12 2. 2
      • 5 3
      • Yes 2. No
      • 2 2
      • 5
    • Recap
      • To change an improper fraction to a mixed number you divide the numerator by the denominator.
      • The number of times its divided is written first.
      • Then the remainder is put into a fraction with the remainder over the original denominator.
      • 1 4
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