# How do you find a fractional part of a fraction?

Remove the integer part!

### How do you make a percent into a mixed number?

A percent will be a mixed number only if it is greater than 100%. If so, simply divide the percentage number by 100 and convert to a mixed number. That is done by dividing the numerator of the fraction by the denominator to obtain the whole number part of the quotient and leaving the remainder as a fraction with 100 as the denominator. Finally, simplify the fractional part. For example, 205% = 205/100 = 25/100…

### How do you subtract and simplify improper fractions?

I suggest you subtract the whole part and the fractional part separately. As usual with addition or subtraction, you need to convert to a common denominator. If the fractional part of the second number is greater than the fractional part of the first number, take one from the whole part, and add the corresponding number to the fraction. Here is an example: 6 1/3 - 2 2/3 Since 2/3 is more than 1/3, convert 6…

### How do you round off mixed fraction to a whole numbers?

If the fractional part is less than a half then you truncate the number to the given whole number, if the fractional part is greater than a half then you round up to the next integer. If the fractional part is a half you should round up or down to an even integer in order to avoid bias (IEEE standard 754). However, most schools [wrongly] teach you to round up if the fractional part is…

### How do you subtract a whole fraction with a normal fractrion?

I am not quite sure what you mean with "whole fraction". If you have whole numbers, or mixed numbers, you subtract the whole part and the fractional part separately. For example: 3 3/7 minus 1 1/7 = ??? For the whole number, subtract 3 - 1 = 2. For the fractional part, subtract 3/7 - 1/7 = 2/7. If the fractional part in the first number is less than the one in the second part…

### How do you convert a mixed fraction to an improper fraction?

Suppose you have mixed fraction of the form a b/c Then multiply the whole part, a, by the denominator, c, of the fractional part and add the numerator, b. This is the numerator of the improper fraction. The denominator of the improper fraction is the same as the original denominator, c. So, a b/c = (ac + b)/c

### What is 2.4 in fraction?

2.4 is read "two and four tenths," which can be expressed as a fraction as 2 4/10. The fractional part (4/10) can be reduced to 2/5, since both 4 and 10 are divisible by 2. That makes 2 2/5 if you want a mixed number. If you would like an improper fraction, then convert the whole number (2) to a fraction that has 5 in the denominator: 10/5. Now, add that to the fractional part…