How To: Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers

Convert improper fractions to mixed numbers

In this tutorial the instructor shows how to convert a improper fraction to mixed number. In the example the instructor takes the denominator of the mixed fraction and writes it beside and keeps adding it self to the latest number and he keeps on doing that way generating a series until he reaches the value of the numerator. Now he counts the number of occurrences of the numbers in the series before the value of the numerator which gives the value of the whole number in the mixed fraction. Now he subtracts the numerator from the latest value in the series which gives the new numerator of the fraction in the mixed number along with the original denominator as its denominator. In this video the instructor shows how to convert a improper fractions to a mixed number.

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