72,895 questions

70,844 answers

945 comments

48,612 users

MathHomeworkAnswers.org is a free math help site for student, teachers and math enthusiasts. Ask and answer math questions in algebra I, algebra II, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, word problems and more. Register for free and earn points for questions, answers and posts. Math help is always 100% free.

Note: This site is intended to help students and non-students understand and practice math. we do not condone cheating. Users attempting to abuse the system will be permanently blocked from further use.

Most popular tags

algebra problems solving equations word problems calculating percentages geometry problems calculus problems fraction problems trigonometry problems math problem rounding numbers simplifying expressions solve for x order of operations pre algebra problems evaluate the expression algebra slope intercept form probability factoring please answer this queastion as soon as possible. thank you :) please help me to answer this step by step. polynomials plz. give this answer as soon as possible statistics problems solving inequalities algebra 2 problems how to find y intercept equation of a line logarithmic equations solving systems of equations by substitution help word problem sequences and series dividing fractions greatest common factor graphing linear equations geometric shapes square roots substitution method 6th grade math long division least common multiple factoring polynomials solving systems of equations http: mathhomeworkanswers.org ask# solving equations with fractions least to greatest standard form of an equation function of x ratio and proportion dividing decimals proving trigonometric identities algebra problem trig identity solving equations with variables on both sides help me!! precalculus problems ( slope of a line through 2 points help me domain of a function solving systems of equations by elimination algebraic expressions college algebra trinomial factoring distributive property i need help with this factors of a number solving quadratic equations perimeter of a rectangle slope of a line greater than or less than division 8th grade math limit of a function fraction word problems exponents differentiation equivalent fractions differential equation how to find x intercept elimination method algebra 1 hw help asap simplifying fractions geometry 10th grade area of a triangle inverse function 7th grade math . geometry area of a circle simplify standard deviation integral place value parallel lines solving triangles fractions systems of equations containing three variables circumference of a circle percentages solving linear equations width of a rectangle mixed numbers to improper fractions scientific notation problems number of sides of a polygon zeros of a function algebra word problems prime factorization solving systems of equations by graphing area of a rectangle diameter of a circle lowest common denominator story problems quadratic functions 5th grade math dividing polynomials length of a rectangle mathematical proofs derivative of a function homework vertex of a parabola calculus integers algebra 1 converting fractions to decimals evaluating functions equation what is the answers? perpendicular lines finding the nth term range of a function ordered pairs combining like terms algebra 2 least common denominator unit conversion calculators greatest to least solve for y radius of a circle complex numbers ) solving radical equations math slope area word problems functions calculus problem because i don't understand calculate distance between two points multiplying fractions 4th grade math statistics common denominator ratios absolute value geometry word problems set builder notation binomial expansion math homework simplifying radicals help me please and show how to work it out #math significant figures round to the nearest tenth percents equation of a tangent line midpoint of a line product of two consecutive numbers radicals show work () adding fractions median solve please answer this question as soon as possible. thank you :) show every step to solve this problem graphing pre-algebra problems divisibility rules graphing functions number patterns - roots of polynomials factor by grouping 1 improper fractions to mixed numbers percentage place values (explain this to me) volume of a cylinder subtracting fractions decimals ? maths expanded forms rational irrational numbers how to complete the square simultaneous equations numbers comparing decimals derivatives solving equations with variables = sets http: mathhomeworkanswers.org ask?cat=# need help please help multiplying polynomials implicit differentiation http: mathhomeworkanswers.org ask# solving quadratic equations by completing the square surface area of a prism integration angles divide rounding decimals mixed numbers average rate of change algebra1 pemdas age problem perimeter of a triangle solving trigonometric equations surface area of a cube chemistry logarithms trigonometry #help compound interest 9th grade math matrices dividing factor geometry problem rounding to the nearest cent reducing frations to lowest terms arithmetic sequences direct variation lcm answer how do you solve this problem in distributive property probability of an event simplifying trigonometric equation using identities none mean measurement problems

how do you turn 3 1/5 into an improper fraction

mixed numbers and improper fractions
asked Oct 17, 2012 in Fraction Problems by anonymous




Your answer

Your name to display (optional):
Privacy: Your email address will only be used for sending these notifications.
Anti-spam verification:

To avoid this verification in future, please log in or register.

4 Answers

aent no such thang as "improper frakshun"

all frakshuns R frakshuns or not

3 1/5=3.2

& thats NOT
answered Oct 18, 2012 by anonymous
no such thing as an 'improper frakshun', but there is such thing called 'improper fraction'.
SO U HAVE 3 1/2, FIRST TAKE THE DENOMINATOR (2) MULTIPLY IT BY THE WHOLE NUMBER (3) ULL GET 6 THEN ADD THE NUMBERATOR (1) AND ULL HAVE 7. WRITE THE 7 AS A NUMBERATOR AND PLACE THE ORIGIONAL DENOMINATOR (2) BACK IN ITS PLACE SO ULL HAVE 7/2 IS THE IMPROPER FRACTION. TO CHE UR WORK JUST DIVIDE THE NUMBERATOR BY THE DENOMINATOR:     7/2----2 GOES INTO 7, 3 TIMES WITH 1 LEFT OVER, THAT LOOKS LIKE 3 1/2
answered Nov 6, 2012 by anonymous
You do 5x3 and get 15. Then you would add 1 because that is the numerator. Ane your improper fraction should be 16/5.
answered Oct 27, 2013 by anonymous

1=5/5

5/5x3=15/5

15/5+1/5=16/5

answered Jun 1, 2014 by 6482840 Level 9 User (41,960 points)

Related questions

3 answers 167 views
1 answer 338 views
1 answer 34 views
2 answers 206 views
2 answers 38 views
0 answers 25 views
...