# Fractions - Converting Improper Fraction To Mixed Number Calculator

## Converting Improper Fraction To Mixed Number

Let's talk about the details of **Improper Fraction To Mixed Number**.

- An Improper Fraction has a numerator that is greater in value than its denominator.
- An Improper Fraction does not have an integer number - it is purely a fraction.
- Most importantly, the fraction denominator can not be zero. Division by zero is undefined!

So how do we convert an a Improper Fraction like

^{48}/

_{5}to a Mixed Number? Follow these simple steps:

- Divide the numerator by the denominator to get the integer number: 48 ÷ 5 = 9.
- The reminder of the division above is the fractional part of the answer: (48 - 45) ÷ 5 = 3 ÷ 5.
- The mixed number will look like this: integer number + (reminder ÷ denominator).

$\frac{\mathrm{Numerator}}{\mathrm{Denominator}}\hspace{0.5em}=\hspace{0.5em}\text{Integer +}\frac{\mathrm{Reminder}}{\mathrm{Denominator}}$

$\text{Example:\hspace{0.5em}\hspace{0.5em}}\frac{\mathrm{48}}{5}\hspace{0.5em}=\hspace{0.5em}\text{48 \xf7 5}\hspace{0.5em}=\hspace{0.5em}\text{9}\frac{3}{5}$

$\text{Example:\hspace{0.5em}\hspace{0.5em}}\frac{\mathrm{48}}{5}\hspace{0.5em}=\hspace{0.5em}\text{48 \xf7 5}\hspace{0.5em}=\hspace{0.5em}\text{9}\frac{3}{5}$

**Improper Fraction**into the calculator: An Improper Fraction can be type in as formatted. Example: 13/2, 6/3, etc.