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Converting Fractions

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Learn how to convert improper fractions to mixed or natural numbers, and how to convert mixed and natural numbers to fractions.

Converting a natural number to an improper fraction

You can convert any natural number (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, ...) into a fraction with the denominator 1.
Convert 4 to a fraction.

Convert a mixed number to an improper fraction

A mixed number consists of a natural number (the whole) and a fraction (the fraction). You can convert mixed numbers into improper fractions. You can cut a pizza or cake into equal pieces.
Convert to an improper fraction.
Convert to an improper fraction.

Converting an improper fraction to a natural number

You can convert a fraction to a natural number if the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator and the denominator is a divisor of the numerator.
Convert.
Convert.

Convert an improper fraction to a mixed number

You can convert a fraction to a mixed number if the numerator is greater than the denominator and the denominator is not a divisor of the numerator.
Convert.
Convert.

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