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In this lesson, we will learn how to write mixed numbers as equivalent improper fractions by using either multiplication and addition or models.

Q1:

Sameh is feet tall. Express his height as an improper fraction.

Q2:

A mixed number has two parts. The first part is a whole number, what is the second part?

Q3:

Convert the mixed number 1 0 4 7 to an improper fraction.

Q4:

Rania can ride her bicycle miles before she starts feeling tired. Express this distance as an improper fraction.

Q5:

Express seven and five-eighths as an improper fraction.

Q6:

Which of the following improper fractions is not equivalent to any of the mixed numbers in the table?

Q7:

Saleh works out daily for hours. Write the number of hours as an improper fraction.

Q8:

The diameter of a standard pool ball is 2 1 4 inches. Write this diameter as an improper fraction.

Q9:

City A is 7 5 8 miles away from City B. Write the distance as an improper fraction.

Q10:

Write 7 3 8 as a fraction.

Q11:

A rat sleeps an average of 1 2 3 5 hours per day. Write 1 2 3 5 as an improper fraction.

Q12:

Any improper fraction is than 1.

Q13:

The width of a box is 1 0 1 6 inches. Write 1 0 1 6 as an improper fraction.

Q14:

Any positive improper fraction is than any positive proper fraction.

Q15:

Fill in the blanks: 1 2 7 8 = 1 2 + 7 8 = 9 6 ⋯ + 7 8 = ⋯ 8 .

Q16:

Q17:

Every improper fraction is .

Q18:

Ramy measured a fish and found it to be inches long. Write the length as an improper fraction.

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