fractions greater than one.

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ms.fuller has 2/6 pies left over from her party. write the number of pies left over as a fraction greater than 1.

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It would help if you proofread your questions before you posted them.

From your data, It seems as if she only has 1/3 of a pie left. That would not be greater than one.

If it was 2 out of six pies left, that would not give a fraction.

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write the mixed number as an improper fraction

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