|Class 6 Maths Fractions||Mixed as Improper Fraction|
Expression of Mixed as Improper Fraction and Improper as Mixed Fraction
It is possible to convert the improper fraction into a mixed fraction and vice versa.
Improper to Mixed Fraction
Mixed to Improper Fraction
Following is used to convert mixed to improper fraction:
Problem: Express the following as mixed fractions. 20/3
Problem: Express the following mixed fractions as improper fractions: 8 4/9
In this case, 8 is the whole, 4 is the numerator and 9 is the denominator.
Thus putting these values in the following we get :
= (8*9) + 4
Thus we get an improper fraction with 31 as the numerator and 9 as the denominator. It can also be seen that the value of this fraction is greater than 1.