# Mixed numbers and improper fractions

9 videos

5 skills

We can often have fractions whose numerators are not less than the denominators (like 23/4 or 3/2 or even 6/6). These top-heavy friends are called improper fractions. Since they represent a whole or more (in absolute terms), they can also be expressed as a combination of a whole number and a "proper fraction" (one where the numerator is less than the denominator) which is called a "mixed number." They are both awesome ways of representing a number and getting acquainted with both (as this tutorial does) is super useful in life!

### Comparing improper fractions and mixed numbers

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4:54 minutes

Worked examples comparing improper fractions and mixed numbers

### Mixed numbers and improper fractions

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9:13 minutes

Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions and improper fractions to mixed numbers

### Converting mixed numbers to improper fractions

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4:26 minutes

Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

### Mixed numbers: changing to improper fractions

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6:43 minutes

What if we wanted to change a mixed number into an improper fraction? How would we go about doing that? Let's see!

### Mixed numbers: changing from an improper fraction

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4:02 minutes

Let's help our top-heavy improper fraction friend switch over into a mixed number!

### Converting mixed numbers and improper fractions

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Mixed number or improper fraction on a number line

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2:12 minutes

Fraction or mixed number...either way you should end up on the same spot on the number line. Give it a try with us.

### Fractions on the number line 2

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Comparing fractions and mixed numbers

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Fractions cut and copy 2 exercise example

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3:14 minutes

### Fractions cut and copy 2

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

### Decimals and fractions on a number line

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1:58 minutes

We're mixing it up by placing both fractions and decimals on the same number line. Great practice because you need to move effortlessly between the two.

### Positive and negative fractions on the number line

PRACTICE PROBLEMS