What is 2 2 sevenths as an improper fraction?
16/7... A simple thumb rule is that if you have two and two sevenths, multiply the natural number with the denominator and add the product to the numerator to get the numerator of the fraction you want...the denominator remains the same. Example, two and one fourths is two times four, which is eight, and then you add one to it to get 9. That is the numerator of the fraction you want, while the denominator remains the same, hence you get 9/4.
3 and 1 half as an improper fraction = 7/2 To 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