How do you write #7 3/5# as an improper fraction? Prealgebra Fractions Understanding Fractions 1 Answer jk.13 · Stefan V. Mar 15, 2018 #38/5# Explanation: #7# is equal to #35/5#. Then #35/5 + 3/5 = 38/5# Or, you could multiply the denominator #(5)# by the whole number #(7)# and add the numerator #(3)#, leaving you with #38#. This is your numerator. You keep the denominator #(5)#. Answer link Related questions What are the different types of fractions? How do you convert #0.004%# into a fraction? How do you write 2 7/8 as improper fraction? How do you write 6 7/8 as an improper fraction? How do you write 2 1/4 an improper fraction? Julie runs #3/7# miles everyday. How far will she run in #9# days? A restaurant uses #2 3/4# pounds of flour to make a batch of dinner rolls. About how many pounds... How do you simplify #3/4 times 5/12#? What is 17% of 3,789? How do you find the fraction between two fractions 1/4 and 3/5? See all questions in Understanding Fractions Impact of this question 23527 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License