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To add whole numbers and fractions, the whole number must also be turned into a fraction to combine the two. For example, if the problem to be solved with 3/4 + 7, the 7 would become a fraction by representing it as 7/1.... More »
A whole number and a mixed number are simplified by first expressing the sum as a fraction with the same denominator as the proper fraction portion of the mixed number, and then simplifying that fraction if possible. The... More »
A mixed number contains a whole number and a fraction. To estimate fractions with mixed numbers, add the benchmark of the fraction to the whole number. More »
To add fractions and whole numbers, convert a whole number into a fraction with the same denominator as the fraction that needs to be added. Add up the numerators and keep the denominator the same. More »
To add fractions, ensure the bottom numbers (denominators) are the same, add the top numbers (numerators), keep the denominator, and simplify the fraction if needed. This process can be done by hand or by using a calcula... More »
You can easily write a number in percentage form as a fraction in its simplest form by converting your numbers from one form to the other. A percentage can be directly converted to a fraction, or a percentage can be conv... More »
One way to write the number 7.5 as a fraction is 75/10. This answer is easy to obtain because it only involves moving the decimal one place to the right. Since 7.5 is equal to 7.5 over one, then moving the decimal place ... More »

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