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Mixed Fraction - Quotient, Remainder & Divisor

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Definition :- A Mixed Fraction is a combination of a Whole Number and a Fraction



In other words, Fraction which consists of an Integral Part and a Fractional Part is known as Mixed Fraction



Read the following some more examples of Mixed Fractions.

Example 1 : Write five examples of Mixed Fraction with divisor 7.
Answer = Five examples of Mixed Fraction are as follows :-

1 3
7
, 5 8
7
, 7 2
7
, 10 3
7
, 4 5
7





Example 2 : Write Six examples of Mixed Fraction with quotient 5.
Answer = Six examples of Mixed Fraction are as follows :-

5 1
10
, 5 7
4
, 5 6
11
, 5 2
9
, 5 3
7
, 5 5
8





Example 3 : Write four examples of Mixed Fraction with remainder 3.
Answer= Four examples of Mixed Fraction are as follows :-

2 3
10
, 7 3
2
, 9 3
11
, 8 3
2





Example 4 : Write five different examples of Mixed Fraction.
Answer      = Four examples of Mixed Fraction are as follows :-

2 1
2
, 7 5
8
, 1 3
10
, 5 1
10



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