How To Convert A Decimal Into Improper Fraction?


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Logan answered
To make a decimal an improper fraction, the decimal has to have the value of at least 1. For example 3.14 or 7.2. You then make the right hand side of the decimal a fraction. For example: 3 1/4 or 3 and 1 over 4 or 7 1/5 or 7 and 1 over 5. Then you multiply the whole number by the denominator, or the bottom number of the fraction and add it to the top part of the fraction. For example: 13/4 or 13 over 4 or 36/5 or 36 over 5.
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Change the decimal  3.4 to a mixed number in lowest terms

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