Converting Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Exercises

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Course: RWM101: Foundations of Real World Math
Book: Converting Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Exercises
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Date: Thursday, June 20, 2024, 5:43 AM


Complete this assessment to practice converting mixed numbers and improper fractions. Be sure to check your answers.

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1. Write \dfrac{79}{10} as a mixed number.


2. Write 10 \dfrac{1}{3} as an improper fraction.


3. Write \dfrac{31}{8} as a mixed number.


4. Write 6 \dfrac{1}{3} as an improper fraction.


5. Write \dfrac{14}{5} as a mixed number.


6. Write 2 \dfrac{1}{3} as an improper fraction.


7. Write \dfrac{27}{4} as a mixed number.


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1. The mixed number is 7 \dfrac{9}{10}.

2. The fraction is \dfrac{31}{3}.

3. The mixed number is 3 \dfrac{7}{8}.

4. The fraction is \dfrac{19}{3}.

5. The mixed number is 2 \dfrac{4}{5}.

6. The fraction is \dfrac{7}{3}.

7. The mixed number is 6 \dfrac{3}{4}.