Posted by **jenn k** on Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 8:48pm.

Can you help me with my new math homework?

Regroup each mixed number by regrouping a 1 from the whole number.

1 1/4. 8 5/12. 4 5/9. 2 1/3

Can you please explain each one of this problem for me please step by step.thank you!

- 6 grade math -
**dani**, Friday, October 4, 2013 at 1:29am
It is only adding 1 whole number to the fraction that make looks like improper fraction; say

1 1/4 = 5/4; adding 4/4 to 1/4. 4/4 is the fraction of 1 taken from the whole number

8 5/12 = 7 17/12 (added 12/12 to 5/12)

4 5/9 = 3 14/9 (added 9/9 to 5/9)

2 1/3 = 1 4/3 (added 3/3 to 1/3)

- 6 grade math -
**1st year geological engineer**, Saturday, October 5, 2013 at 8:19pm
An easy way to solve is to multiply the coefficient (number in front of fraction) by the denominator (number in the bottom of the fraction) and place that number above denominator.

4 3/4 = (4x4) + 3)/4= 19/4

8 5/12 = (8x12) +5)/12 = 101/12 (add 96/12 + 5/12)

4 5/9 = ((4x9) +5)/9 = 41/9 (add 36/9 + 5/9)

2 1/3 = ((2x3) +1)/3 = 7/3 (add 6/3 + 1/3)

The first answer for the first question is right but in the next three questions you are just adding 1 instead of the correct number stated by the coefficient (number in front of the fraction)

heres another example:

3 5/7 = add (3x7)/7 and 5/7 = 21/7 + 5/7 = 26/7

^

^-coefficient is 3 and 21/7 = 3

- 6 grade math -
**Carly**, Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 7:31am
i need help with 2 - 2/3

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