How do you write 7 ¼ as an improper fraction?
2 Answers
Answer:
See an explanation below:
Explanation:
The quick rule is:

Multiply the integer by the denominator:
#7 xx 4 = 28# 
Add the numerator to this product:
#28 + 1 = 29# 
Put this result over the denominator:
#29/4#
Answer:
Explanation:
When a number is given an improper fraction, it means the entire number is given as a number of portions.
If the portion size is quarters, the improper fraction will show how many quarters there are altogether.
Note than every whole number is
If the portion size is thirds, the improper fraction will show how many thirds there are altogether.
Note than every whole number is
If the portion size is sixths, the improper fraction will show how many sixths there are altogether.
Note than every whole number is
In this case we have
In each of the
Altogether that is
But there is an extra
To calculate it quickly: