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Change a Mixed Number into an Improper Fraction

In this worksheet, students change a mixed number into an improper fraction.

'Change a Mixed Number into an Improper Fraction' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:  Number

Curriculum subtopic:  Use Four Operations for All Numbers

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, we will learn how to change a mixed number into an improper fraction.

 

Example
 

To find the numerator of a mixed number, multiply the denominator by the whole number then add the numerator

The denominator of a mixed number is the same as in the original fraction.
 

7
11
12
  = __________


Multiply the 7 by 12 (84) and add to the 11 to get:

95
12

 

This is because 7 wholes contain 84 twelfths.

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

8
3
7
  = __________

Give your answer in the form a/b

 

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

1
7
12
  = __________

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

2
2
7
  = __________

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

9
2
9
  = __________

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

1
8
9
  = __________

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

8
5
8
  = __________

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

8
5
7
  = __________

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

1
10
11
  = __________

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

3
3
7
  = __________

 

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

5
6
7
  = __________

 

  • Question 1

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

8
3
7
  = __________

Give your answer in the form a/b

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
59/7
EDDIE SAYS
(8 x 7) + 3 = 59
  • Question 2

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

1
7
12
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
19/12
EDDIE SAYS
(12 x 1 ) + 7
  • Question 3

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

2
2
7
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
16/7
EDDIE SAYS
(2 x 7) + 2
  • Question 4

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

9
2
9
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
83/9
EDDIE SAYS
(9 x 9) + 2
  • Question 5

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

1
8
9
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
17/9
EDDIE SAYS
(9 x 1 ) + 8
  • Question 6

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

8
5
8
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
69/8
EDDIE SAYS
(8 x 8) + 5
  • Question 7

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

8
5
7
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
61/7
EDDIE SAYS
(7 x 8) + 5
  • Question 8

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

1
10
11
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
21/11
EDDIE SAYS
(11 x 1 ) + 10
  • Question 9

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

3
3
7
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
24/7
EDDIE SAYS
(3 x 7) + 3
  • Question 10

Change this mixed number into an improper fraction:

5
6
7
  = __________

 

CORRECT ANSWER
41/7
EDDIE SAYS
(7 x 5) + 6
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