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When we convert a mixed number to an improper fraction ,the denominator is unchanged. the new numerator of the improper fraction is determined by adding the original numerator to the product of the whole number and the denominator

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To convert mixed fraction to improper fraction, you must first multiply the whole number to the denominator and add the numerator,

Example

1 1/5=(1x5+1)/5=(5+1)/5=6/5

Multiply first the whole number which is 1 to the denominator which is 5, then add it to the numerator.

Example

1 1/5=(1x5+1)/5=(5+1)/5=6/5

Multiply first the whole number which is 1 to the denominator which is 5, then add it to the numerator.