Rule 27: Compound Fractions

A compound fraction is sometimes called a mixed number. Recall that tex2html_wrap_inline161 , tex2html_wrap_inline163 , and tex2html_wrap_inline165 are examples of compound fractions.

If you would like to review more examples, click on Example.

Work the following problems and click on Answer if you would like to check your answer and/or review the solution.

Problem 1:
Convert tex2html_wrap_inline197 to a simple fraction.

Answer

Problem 2:
Rewrite tex2html_wrap_inline199 as a compound number.

Answer

Problem 3:
Add the following numbers and convert the answer to a simple fraction: tex2html_wrap_inline201 .

Answer

Problem 4:
Multiply the following numbers and convert the answer to a simple fraction: tex2html_wrap_inline203 .

Answer

[Simple Fractions] [Complex Fractions] [Compound Fractions]
[Decimals] [Percentage] [Rules]

[Algebra] [Trigonometry] [Complex Variables]

S.O.S MATHematics home page

Do you need more help? Please post your question on our S.O.S. Mathematics CyberBoard.

Author: Nancy Marcus

Copyright 1999-2016 MathMedics, LLC. All rights reserved.
Contact us
Math Medics, LLC. - P.O. Box 12395 - El Paso TX 79913 - USA
users online during the last hour