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Write 116 2/3 as a fraction or mixed number.

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350/3 for an improper fraction

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116 2/3 = 116 + 2/3

To get an improper fraction, you must multiply the whole number to get the same denominator.

116 + 2/3 = 116 * (3/3) + 2/3
= 348/3 + 2/3

Now you can add the numerators because the denominators are the same.
= (348+2)/3

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