I need to convert 9 1/2 in to a fractional notation. Can you tell me what that means?

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I need to convert 9 1/2 in to a fractional notation. Can you tell me what that means?

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19/2
yeah are right.
actually that is already in fractional notation.

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the given is already in fractional notation. but, if you want to change that to improper number, then the answer is 19/2
Really? How do you come up with that fraction? How do you come to that conclusion?
when we say fractional notation, the form can be in proper fraction, improper fraction or mixed number.
Ok, so how did you come to get that answer?
the given is 9 1/2, it is in mixed number form. so, it could be the answer. Moreover, to have its improper form, multiply the whole number by the denominator and add the product to the numerator. then, you will make this sum as the numerator of your improper fraction and just copy the denominator of the given.

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