Improper Fractions to Decimals

Converting improper fractions

Fractions do not consist only of proper fractions. There are also improper fractions on fractions. It is quite easy to convert improper fractions to decimal fractions. We need to solve a lot of problems for a student who learns this quickly. This worksheet will make learning permanent.

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2 Responses

  1. Mario Castanon says:

    Answer for 3rd exercise on left column says: 256/10= 2.56. I think the actual answer is 25.6?

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