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**Improper Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimal Numbers**

Lesson 28 Improper Fractions, Mixed Numbers, and Decimal Numbers

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**Definitions Proper fraction: Improper fraction: Mixed Number:**

numerator less than denominator Improper fraction: numerator greater than denominator Mixed Number: whole number with a fraction part

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**Changing fractions… changing an improper to a mixed number:**

divide the denominator into the numerator the answer you get is the whole number part of the mixed number the remainder is the numerator of the fraction part, and the denominator stays the same as before

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Example 28.1 Convert the following improper fractions to mixed numbers:

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**Changing fractions… changing a mixed number to an improper fraction:**

multiply the whole number by the denominator add the numerator put the result over the denominator

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Example 28.2 Write as an improper fraction:

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**Changing fractions… changing a mixed number to a decimal:**

the whole number of the fraction is the whole number of the decimal convert the fraction part to decimal add the whole number and decimal part together

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Example 28.3 Convert the following mixed numbers to decimals:

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**Changing fractions… changing a decimal to a mixed number:**

“say the number” reduce the fraction to lowest terms

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Example 28.4 Write 5.09 as a mixed number.

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Homework P.S. 28 1-6, 8-23

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