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Change an Improper Fraction into a Mixed Number

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

'Change an Improper Fraction into a Mixed Number' 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 an improper fraction into a mixed number.

 

Example
 

To change an improper fraction into a mixed number 

 
33
7
  = __________


Divide 33 by 7 to get the whole number, 4, and the remainder (33 - 28 = 5) becomes the fractional part,

 

5
7

 

So we get: 

 

 
33
7
  = 4
5
7
 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
28
3
  = A
B
C
 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
89
6
  = A
B
C
 

 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
31
6
  = A
B
C
 

 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
24
5
  = A
B
C
 

 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
51
10
  = A
B
C
 

 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
25
8
  = A
B
C
 

 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
79
11
  = A
B
C
 

 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
76
9
  = A
B
C
 

 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
28
9
  = A
B
C
 

 

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
89
5
  = A
B
C
 

 

  • Question 1

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
28
3
  = A
B
C
 
CORRECT ANSWER
9
1
3
EDDIE SAYS
28 ÷ 3 = 9 r 1 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 2

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
89
6
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
14
5
6
EDDIE SAYS
89 ÷ 6 = 14 r 5 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 3

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
31
6
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
5
1
6
EDDIE SAYS
31 ÷ 6 = 5 r 1 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 4

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
24
5
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
4
4
5
EDDIE SAYS
24 ÷ 4 = 4 r 4 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 5

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
51
10
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
5
1
10
EDDIE SAYS
51 ÷ 10 = 5 r 1 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 6

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
25
8
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
3
1
8
EDDIE SAYS
25 ÷ 8 = 3 r 1 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 7

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
79
11
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
7
2
11
EDDIE SAYS
79 ÷ 11 = 7 r 2 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 8

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
76
9
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
8
4
9
EDDIE SAYS
76 ÷ 9 = 8 r 4 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 9

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
28
9
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
3
1
9
EDDIE SAYS
28 ÷ 9 = 3 r 1 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
  • Question 10

 

Change this improper fraction into a mixed number.

(Write the values of A, B and C in this order)

 

 
89
5
  = A
B
C
 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
17
4
5
EDDIE SAYS
89 ÷ 5 =17 r 4 The denominator of the two fractions have to remain the same.
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