How do you do fractional notations?
asked May 31, 2012 in Fraction Problems by anonymous

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66 is the whole number.

Multiply the whole number with the denominator, which is 3.

66 times 3 will equal 198.

Add 198 with the numerator, which is 1.

That will equal 199.

199 will be over the denominator, 5.

So the answer would be 199/5.

answered Oct 15, 2012 by Bones73 Level 1 User (940 points)
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