Posted by Laruen on .
Ok I'm on castle learning and for homework this weekend we have to do #14 (assignments) that is due on Saturday @ midnight because that the time it will close and I need help on this question.
My assignment is: Math 7 (Q1) Assign #2  Fractions (i already did the others)
Qs. 19. Change 22/7 (this is a fraction) into a mixed #, in simplest form.
How do I change a improper fraction into a mixed #, in simplest form
I try looking into my notes first and then try to answer the qs. then I post it here for you guys to check if I'm correct

Math 
Ms. Sue,
22/7
Divide 22 by 7. 
Math 
Laruen,
22/7 is a fraction I don't have to divide it I need help changing the improper fraction into a mixed # in simplest form!
Agsin I try looking into my notes first and then try to answer the qs. then I post it here for you guys to check if I'm correct 
Math 
Ms. Sue,
Since you don't believe me, study these sites carefully.
http://www.mathsisfun.com/improperfractions.html
http://www.aaamath.com/fra57cx3.htm 
Math 
Laruen,
I didn't say I don't believe you! I thought it mistaken what I wrote and thought I was supose to divide those but anyways Im going to read those sites you gave me.

Math 
Laruen,
Here is my answer
3 1/7
Is my answer is correct? 
Math 
Ms. Sue,
Right! 22/7 = 3 1/7

Math 
Laruen,
Thank You!!!! :)

Math 
Ms. Sue,
You're welcome. :)