Here you can enter an improper fraction and we will convert it to a mixed number.
An improper fraction is a fraction where the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator. A mixed number (or mixed fraction) is an integer and a proper fraction.
When you enter the Numerator (NUM) and Denominator (DEN) below, please note the following:
The Numerator must be equal to or greater than the Denominator to be an improper fraction.
If the Numerator or the Denominator is 0, then the answer is always 0.
If the Numerator equals the Denominator, then the answer is always 1.
Here are some examples of improper fractions that our converter can convert to mixed numbers:
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