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Converting

**Mixed fraction**to**Improper fraction**Converting

**Improper fraction**to**Mixed fraction**

A mixed fraction represents a whole and a fraction together.

We will understand converting a mixed fraction into an improper fraction by following the two methods given below.

- Visual Approach
- Mathematical Approach

Remember: While converting, **the denominator stays the same**. Only the numerator changes.

Click through the **slideshow** to understand how to visually convert a mixed fraction into an improper fraction.

Steps to follow:

Step #1: Multiply the denominator by a whole number.

Step #2: Add the product and the numerator.

Use MeandMath’s **Don’t Worry Now!** mnemonic to remember the sequence.

**Don’t** starts with **D**, which** **stands for **Denominator**.

**Worry** starts with **W**, which stands for **Whole**.

**Now** starts with **N**, which** **stands for **Numerator**.

**DxW**+N.

**Answer**+N

**Remember**: Multiply before addition.

**Improper Fractions ** have the Numerator greater than the Denominator.

Improper fractions represent a fraction of more than a whole.

We will understand converting an improper fraction into a mixed fraction by following the two methods given below.

- Visual Approach
- Mathematical Approach

Remember: While converting, the denominator stays the same. Only the numerator changes.

Click through the **slideshow** to understand how to visually convert a mixed fraction into an improper fraction.

Steps to follow:

Step #1: Divide the numerator by the denominator.

Step #2: Label the divisor as D, the quotient as Q, and the remainder as R.

Step #3: Place them using **Queen’s Diamond Ring** representation.

Re

Use MeandMath’s **Queen’s Diamond Ring** mnemonic to remember the sequence.

**Queen’s** starts with Q, which** **stands for **quotient**. The quotient represents the **whole**.

**Diamond** starts with **D**, which stands for **d****ivisor**. The divisor represents the **d****enominator**.

**Ring** starts with **R**, which** **stands for **remainder**. The remainder represents the **numerator**.

Use** slideshow **to have a better understanding.

Practice Quiz(download **meandmath practice app**)

Book a free demo class & clear your doubts!

- Understanding Whole as a Percentage
- Simplifying Percentages
- FDP
- Finding 10%
- Finding 5%
- Finding % of an amount
- Percentage Increase & Decrease

Converting

**Mixed fraction**to**Improper fraction**Converting

**Improper fraction**to**Mixed fraction**

A mixed fraction represents a whole and a fraction together.

We will understand converting a mixed fraction into an improper fraction by following the two methods given below.

- Visual Approach
- Mathematical Approach

Remember: While converting, **the denominator stays the same**. Only the numerator changes.

Click through the **slideshow** to understand how to visually convert a mixed fraction into an improper fraction.

Steps to follow:

Step #1: Multiply the denominator by a whole number.

Step #2: Add the product and the numerator.

Use MeandMath’s **Don’t Worry Now!** mnemonic to remember the sequence.

**Don’t** starts with **D**, which** **stands for **Denominator**.

**Worry** starts with **W**, which stands for **Whole**.

**Now** starts with **N**, which** **stands for **Numerator**.

**DxW**+N.

**Answer**+N

**Remember**: Multiply before addition.

**Improper Fractions ** have the Numerator greater than the Denominator.

Improper fractions represent a fraction of more than a whole.

We will understand converting an improper fraction into a mixed fraction by following the two methods given below.

- Visual Approach
- Mathematical Approach

Remember: While converting, the denominator stays the same. Only the numerator changes.

**slideshow** to understand how to visually convert a mixed fraction into an improper fraction.

Steps to follow:

Step #1: Divide the numerator by the denominator.

Step #2: Label the divisor as D, the quotient as Q, and the remainder as R.

Step #3: Place them using **Queen’s Diamond Ring** representation.

Re

Use MeandMath’s **Queen’s Diamond Ring** mnemonic to remember the sequence.

**Queen’s** starts with Q, which** **stands for **quotient**. The quotient represents the **whole**.

**Diamond** starts with **D**, which stands for **d****ivisor**. The divisor represents the **d****enominator**.

**Ring** starts with **R**, which** **stands for **remainder**. The remainder represents the **numerator**.

Use** slideshow **to have a better understanding.

Practice Quiz(download **meandmath practice app**)

Book a free demo class & clear your doubts!

- Understanding Whole as a Percentage
- Simplifying Percentages
- FDP
- Finding 10%
- Finding 5%
- Finding % of an amount
- Percentage Increase & Decrease