Sometimes, problems are easier to solve if the numbers are presented in different ways. For example, if you are having trouble doing an equation with an improper fraction, consider turning that fraction into a mixed number to make math easier.
In this tutorial, with teacher Mr. Marshall, learn how to change fractions to numbers and back again in math problems. This video will walk you through it step by step and even offer you an example so that you can get the ball rolling at home.
So, grab a pencil and follow along.. you will have this down pat in no time.
How To: Make a mixed number from an improper fraction
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