# whole fraction  6 results

whole fraction - a fraction which has its numerator value equal to the denominator. The value is equal to 1

A spinner has 6 equal sections, of which 2 are green. If you spin the spinner once, what is the prob
A spinner has 6 equal sections, of which 2 are green. If you spin the spinner once, what is the probability that it will land on a green section? Write your answer as a fraction or whole number. P(green) = Total Green / Total spaces P(green) = 2/6 We can simplify this fraction. So we [URL='https://www.mathcelebrity.com/fraction.php?frac1=2%2F6&frac2=3%2F8&pl=Simplify']type 2/6 into our search engine[/URL], choose Simplify, and we get: P(green) = [B]1/3[/B]

Classify Fraction
Free Classify Fraction Calculator - Determines the if a fraction is proper, improper, or whole.

Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Free Fractions and Mixed Numbers Calculator - Given (improper fractions, proper fraction, mixed numbers, or whole numbers), this performs the following operations:
* Subtraction (Subtracting)
* Positive Difference (Absolute Value of the Difference)
* Multiplication (Multiplying)
* Division (Dividing: complex fraction division is included)
* Compare Fractions
* Simplifying of proper and improper fractions as well as mixed numbers. Fractions will be reduced down as far as possible (Reducing Fractions).
* Reciprocal of a Fraction
* Find all fractions between two fractions
* reduce a fraction

Gino has 7 whole pineapples. He cuts each whole into 4 equal parts. Write an improper fraction for t
Gino has 7 whole pineapples. He cuts each whole into 4 equal parts. Write an improper fraction for the cut parts of pineapples. Take our whole pineapples divided by the number of equal parts: [B]7/4[/B]

Notebooks cost \$1.39 each. What are the possible numbers of notebooks that can be purchased with \$10
Notebooks cost \$1.39 each. What are the possible numbers of notebooks that can be purchased with \$10? Let n be the number of notebooks you can purchase. We have the following inequality: 1.39n <= 10 Divide each side by 1.39 n <= 7.194 We want whole notebooks, we cannot buy fractions of notebooks, so we have: n <= 7 The question asks for the possible numbers of notebooks we can buy. This implies we buy at least 1, but our inequality says not more than 7. So our number set is: [B]N = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}[/B]

write 8 as a whole fraction
write 8 as a whole fraction Whole numbers can be written as whole number / 1 [B]8/1[/B]