Improper Fraction to Mixed Number Calculator

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Improper fractions are fractions where the number in the numerator is greater than the number in the

denominator. An improper fraction can be converted to mixed number (or a mixed fraction) by multiplying

appropriately. Improper fraction to mixed number calculator is the easy online tool which can instantly convert

any given improper fraction to a mixed number.


Example 1: Convert the improper fraction, 5/2 to a mixed number.

Given fraction: 5/2

This is an improper fraction since the number in numerator is greater than number in denominator.

A mixed number is a combination of a whole number and a fraction.

To convert 5/2 to mixed number, we first divide ‘5’ by ‘2’.

In the division, we have Divisor = 2 and we get -> Quotient = 2 and -> Remainder = 1

Hence -> we write the mixed number as 2 ½. 


 Example 2: Convert the improper fraction, 9/4 to a mixed number.

Given fraction: 9/4

This is an improper fraction since the number in numerator is greater than number in the denominator.

A mixed number is a combination of a whole number and a fraction.

To convert 9/4 to mixed number, we first divide ‘9’ by ‘4’.

In the division, we have Divisor = 4 and we get -> Quotient = 2 and -> Remainder = 1

Hence -> we write the mixed number as 2 1/4. 


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