    # How to do Mixed fractions on a Calculator

Enter the improper fraction in the fields below to convert it to a mixed number. The calculator shows all the work so you can follow along and learn the steps.

Fraction:
Numerator
Denominator
convert mixed number to fraction

## Solution:

123

### Steps to Convert to a Mixed Number

Convert the fraction to a mixed number by using long division to find the quotient and remainder
5÷3=1R2
The quotient will be the whole number in the fraction, and the remainder will be the numerator in the mixed fraction
53=123
Learn how we calculated this below

• Calculator
• How to Convert an Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number
• Step One: Use Long Division
• Step Two: Rewrite the Quotient and Remainder to the Mixed Number

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## How to Convert an Improper Fraction to a Mixed Number

An improper fraction is a fraction with no whole number and has a larger numerator than the denominator. We can simplify these fractions to mixed numbers in a few simple steps. ### Step One: Use Long Division

The first step in the conversion is to use long division to find the quotient and the remainder. These will be used in the next step.

When doing long division with a fraction, the numerator will be the dividend, and the denominator will be the divisor.

For example, lets solve the quotient and remainder of 73.

73 = 7 ÷ 3
7 ÷ 3 = 2 R1

Thus, the quotient is 2, and the remainder is 1.

### Step Two: Rewrite the Quotient and Remainder to the Mixed Number

The second step is to rewrite the fraction as a mixed number using the quotient and remainder from the previous step, along with the original denominator.

To convert, set the quotient as the whole number, the remainder as the numerator, and the original denominator as the denominator.

For example, lets use the quotient and remainder from the previous step to rewrite 73 as a mixed number. 