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Math Word Problems - GED, PSAT, SAT, ACT, GRE Preparation
5.21 Mixed Fractions

A fraction written as a combination of a whole number and a proper fraction is called a mixed number.
Note: In mixed fractions 4 1/2 means 4 + 1/2 and not 4 x 1/2

Example:

Answer: 1 3/4


Directions: Answer the following. Also write at least 5 examples of your own.
Q 1: What is the mixed fraction shown below? (Do not simplify fraction)

0 9/0
0 0/9
0 9/0

Q 2: What is the mixed fraction shown below? (Do not simplify fraction)

0 10/1
1 10/1
1 0/10
0 1/10

Q 3: What is the mixed fraction shown below? (Do not simplify fraction)

0 6/9
6 9/6
0 9/6
6 0/9

Q 4: What is the mixed fraction shown below? (Do not simplify fraction)

6 7/6
6 0/7
0 7/6
0 6/7

Q 5: What is the mixed fraction shown below? (Do not simplify fraction)

7 1/0
0 7/1
7 0/1
7 1/0

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