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# What fraction of 3 of 2?

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3 is 3/2 of 2

2 is 2/3 of 3

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2/3 of 3 = 3*2/3 = 2 which is an integer, not a fraction!2/3 of 3 = 3*2/3 = 2 which is an integer, not a fraction!2/3 of 3 = 3*2/3 = 2 which is an integer, not a fraction!2/3 of 3 = 3*2/3 = 2 which is an integer, not a fraction!

Lets say we had the fraction 2, 2/3 you would work it out like: 2 2/3 = 3/3 + 3/3 + 2/3 = 8/3, that 8/3 is an improper fraction

3 out of 2 as a fraction = 3/2 pronouced as three halves

3 and 2 5ths as a fraction = 3 2/5 or 17/5

8/32 2/3:= [(3 * 2)+2]/3= [6 + 2]/3= 8/3 in improper fraction

3 and 1 half as an improper fraction = 7/2To convert 3 1/2 to an improper fraction:1. To get the numerator of the improper fraction:Multiply the denominator 2 by the whole number 3 then add the numerator 1.2. The denominator of the improper fraction is 2.3 1/2:= [(2 * 3)+1]/2= [6+1]/2= 7/2 in improper fraction

3/2improper fraction for 1 and 1 half = 3/21 1/2:= [(2 * 1)+1]/2= [2+1]/2= 3/2 in improper fraction1 and a half as a improper fraction = 3/211/2:= [(2 * 1)+1]/2= [2+1]/2= 3/2 in improper fraction

The mixed fraction would be: -2 2/3 The improper fraction would be: -8/3

The smallest fraction of 2 and 3/4 can only be found by turning the mixed or proper fraction into an improper fraction. 2 and 3/4 as an improper fraction would be: 11/4. It appears that 2 and 3/4 or 11/4 is the smallest possible fraction.

7 and 2/3 ? (3*7+2)/3 = 23/3 --------------------improper fraction

One way to get the equivalent fraction is to multiply the given fraction by 2/2, 3/3, 4/4,...1 equivalent fraction of 2/4= 4/8

It is: 2 and 3/10 = 23/10 as an improper fraction

66 and 2/3 as an improper fraction is 200/3

The improper fraction will be * 8/3 * OR * 8 over 3 *

If you mean: 126 and 2/3 then it is 380/3 as an improper fraction

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