To write a mixed number as an improper fraction, you multiply the denominator and the numerator. Then, you add the product and the numerator. Be sure to keep the denominator the same.
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To write a mixed number as an improper fraction, you multiply the denominator and the numerator. Then, you add the product and the numerator. Be sure to keep the denominator the same. This is FALSE. Multiply the denominator and the whole number, add the product to the numerator, then copy the same denominator.

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To write a mixed number as an improper fraction, you multiply the denominator and the numerator. Then, you add the product and the numerator. Be sure to keep the denominator the same. This is FALSE.

Multiply the denominator and the whole number, add the product to the numerator, then copy the same denominator.

Multiply the denominator and the whole number, add the product to the numerator, then copy the same denominator.

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