RD Sharma Solutions: Fractions (Exercise 6.4)

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Exercise 6.4  page: 6.11
1. Convert each of the following into a mixed fraction:
(i) 28/9
(ii) 226/15
(iii) 145/9
(iv) 128/5
Solution:
(i) 28/9 can be written as a mixed fraction as 3 1/9.
(ii) 226/15 can be written as a mixed fraction as 15 1/15.
(iii) 145/9 can be written as a mixed fraction as 16 1/9.
(iv) 128/5 can be written as a mixed fraction as 25 3/5.
2. Convert each of the following into an improper fraction:
(i) 7 ¼
(ii) 8 5/7
(iii) 5 3/10
(iv) 12 7/15
Solution:
(i) 7 ¼ can be written as an improper fraction as 29/4.
(ii) 8 5/7 can be written as an improper fraction as 61/7.
(iii) 5 3/10 can be written as an improper fraction as 53/10.
(iv) 12 7/15 can be written as an improper fraction as 187/15.
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