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Which can not be written as an equivalent improper fraction? fourteen-fourths two and two-thirds one-sixth nine-eighths

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    So your answer would be 1/6

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    \[\frac{14}{4} ~,~~ \frac{8}{3} ~,~ \frac{1}{6} ~,~ \frac{9}{8}\] An improper fraction is one which the denominator is greater than the numerator, or "top heavy" On the other hand, a proper is where the numerator is smaller than the denominator and its more balanced. Also, an improper fraction can never be written as a proper fraction. So which one IS your proper fraction?

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    1/6

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    A proper fraction can never be written as as improper fraction*

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