| Edward Hatton - Arithmetic - 1719 - 328 pages
...When a mi xt Number is given to be reduced to an improper Fraction, ii.uk. ~\ Multiply the Integers **by the Denominator of the Fraction, and to the Product add the Numerator,** and place the Sumir» over the Denominator for a new Fraction. Reduce 1-2 ; to an improper Fraction:... | |
| William Emerson - Mathematics - 1764 - 582 pages
...quantity. Thus ~PROBLEM VIII. To reduce a mixed number to a fraction. RULE. Multiply the integral part **by the denominator of the fraction, and to the product add the numerator,** under which write the common denominator. Ex. i. т í , . .,., ac — ^ . , Let a -- be given. Then... | |
| John Eadon - Arithmetic - 1766 - 360 pages
...720 Anfw. . — 24. 30 III. To reduce a tnixt number into an Improptr Frail ten »f tyual value. • **RULE. Multiply the whole number by the Denominator of the Fraction, and to the** prcduft add the Numerator, and the fum is the new Numerator, under which write ue Denominator. EXAMPLES.... | |
| Thomas Whiting - Arithmetic - 1787 - 276 pages
...-Hlrr, to its lowed Terms. Anf. f£. |-J-|, to its loweft Terms. Anf. -|-|. CASE III. To reduce a mixt **Number to an improper Fraction. . RULE. Multiply the whole Number by the Denominator of the Fraction:** to that Product, add the Numerator for a new Numerator, under which fubfcribe the given Denominator.... | |
| Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1797 - 474 pages
...other operations. PROBLEM 1. " To reduce mixed numbers to improper fractions ; Multiply the integer **by the denominator of the fraction, and to the product add the numerator.** The fum is the numerator of the improper fraction fought, and is placed above the given denominator.... | |
| William Taylor (teacher of the mathematics.) - Arithmetic - 1800 - 556 pages
...is the fmgle fraction. Note. N. ftands for numerator, and D. for denominator. CASE 5. To reduce any **mixed number to an improper fraction, RULE. Multiply...the fraction, and to the product add the numerator** for a new numerator, which place over the denominator. EXAMPLE. Reduce гб-J- to an improper fraction.... | |
| Mathematics - 1801 - 446 pages
...much as possible. Ans. 4>'°* . i » 9 3 79' CASE II. JT» redtffe. a mixed numbtr to Its equivaltn! **improper fraction* RULE.* Multiply the whole 'number by the denominator of the fraction, and** add the numerator to the product, then tint sum written above the denominator will form the fraction... | |
| William M. Finlay - Accounting - 1803 - 272 pages
...a mixed number ? 13)45 (3-1%. Answer. 39 « TT Reduce y to a proper number. Ans. ty v W PROBLEM VI. **To reduce a mixed number to an improper fraction :...Multiply the whole number by the denominator of the** annexed fraction, and add in the numerator, the firoduct will be the numerator of the improper fraction,... | |
| Paul Deighan - Arithmetic - 1804 - 504 pages
...product will be the numerator to the afligned denominator. 3. If the wbole number has a Fraction annexed, **multiply the whole number by the denominator of the Fraction, and to the product add the numerator,** which place over the denominator. EXAMPLES. Aifweri. 25. Reduce 12, 14 and izo to Fractions. '/ '/... | |
| Charles Vyse - Arithmetic - 1806 - 342 pages
...Product will be the Numerator to the assigned Denominator. 3. If the whole Number has a Fraction annexed, **multiply the whole Number by the Denominator of the Fraction, and to the Product add the Numerator** for a new Numerator, which place over the Denominator. EXAMPLES. (12\ Reduce 12, 27, and 176, to Fractions.... | |
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