# Mixed Fraction Calculator

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What is Fraction or Fraction Number ?

A Fraction or Fraction number is simply represent a portion or part of the whole number. Fraction numbers is usually denoted by the Numerator and Denominator. We can have both positive fraction and negative fraction. For example, a pizza can be divided into 1/2 (one half) or 3/4 (3 portion of a whole pizza).

1. Numerator (Number in the Top)
2. Denominator (Number in the Bottom)

There are 3 types of fraction calculators

1. Simple Fraction

Numerator / Denominator. In simple fraction, Numerator will be greater than the Denominator.

2. Improper Fraction

Numerator / Denominator. In improper fraction, Numerator will be lesser than the Denominator.

3. Mixed Fraction

(Whole number) * (Numerator / Denominator). Mixed fraction itself can be categorized into 2 type: Mixed Fraction and Improper Mixed Fraction

# Fraction Classifications  CalcUniverse online application gives you user friendly fraction calculator. You can calculate Simple, Mixed and Inproper fraction in easy way with detailed explanation steps.

In this calculator, if you want to input the whole number instead of a fraction number then input it like Numerator/1. For example, if you want to enter 6 then enter it like 6/1.

Example of Simple Fraction

# Simple Fraction = 5 / 9

5 = Numerator ; 9 = Denominator ; Numerator less than Denominator

Adding two simple fraction numbers: (5 / 9) + (6 / 7)

Step 1: (5 / 9) + (6 / 7)

Step 2: ((5 × 7) + (9 × 6)) / (9 × 7)

Step 3: (35 + 54) / 63

Step 4: 89 / 63

Subtracting two simple fraction numbers: (5 / 9) - (6 / 7)

Step 1: (5 / 9) - (6 / 7)

Step 2: ((5 × 7) - (9 × 6)) / (9 × 7)

Step 3: (35 - 54) / 63

Step 4: -19 / 63

Multiplying two simple fraction numbers: (5 / 9) * (6 / 7)

Step 1: (5 / 9) * (6 / 7)

Step 2: (5 × 6) / (9 × 7)

Step 3: 30 / 63

Step 4: 10 / 21

Dividing two simple fraction numbers: (5 / 9) / (6 / 7)

Step 1: (5 / 9) * (7 / 6)

Step 2: (5 × 7) / (9 × 6)

Step 3: 35 / 54

Example of Improper Fraction

# Improper Fraction = 9 / 5

9 = Numerator ; 5 = Denominator ; Numerator greater than Denominator

Adding two improper fraction numbers: (9 / 5) + (7 / 6)

Step 1: (9 / 5) + (7 / 6)

Step 2: ((9 × 6) + (5 × 7)) / (5 × 6)

Step 3: (35 + 54) / 30

Step 4: 89 / 30

Subtracting two improper fraction numbers: (9 / 5) - (7 / 6)

Step 1: (9 / 5) - (7 / 6)

Step 2: ((9 × 6) - (5 × 7)) / (5 × 6)

Step 3: (54 - 35) / 30

Step 4: 19 / 30

Multiplying two improper fraction numbers: (9 / 5) * (7 / 6)

Step 1: (9 / 5) * (7 / 6)

Step 2: (9 × 7) / (5 × 6)

Step 3: 63 / 30

Step 4: 21 / 10

Dividing two improper fraction numbers: (9 / 5) / (7 / 6)

Step 1: (9 / 5) * (6 / 7)

Step 2: (9 × 6) / (5 × 7)

Step 3: 54 / 35

Example of Mixed Fraction

# Mixed Fraction = 3 * (5 / 9)

5 = Numerator ; 9 = Denominator ;r

Adding two simple fraction numbers: 3*(5 / 9) + 2*(6 / 7)

Step 1: 3*(5 / 9) + 2*(6 / 7)

Step 2: (32 / 9) + (20 / 7)

Step 3: (32 × 7) + (9 × 20) / (9 × 7)

Step 4: (224 + 180) / 63

Step 5: 404 / 63

Subtracting two simple fraction numbers: 3*(5 / 9) - 2*(6 / 7)

Step 1: 3*(5 / 9) - 2*(6 / 7)

Step 2: (32 / 9) - (20 / 7)

Step 3: (32 × 7) - (9 × 20) / (9 × 7)

Step 4: (224 - 180) / 63

Step 5: 44 / 63

Multiplying two simple fraction numbers: 3*(5 / 9) * 2*(6 / 7)

Step 1: 3*(5 / 9) * 2*(6 / 7)

Step 2: (32 / 9) / (20 / 7)

Step 3: (32 × 20) / (9 × 7)

Step 4: 640 / 63

Dividing two simple fraction numbers: 3*(5 / 9) / 2*(6 / 7)

Step 1: 3*(5 / 9) / 2*(6 / 7)

Step 2: (32 / 9) / (20 / 7)

Step 3: (32 / 9) * (7 / 20)

Step 4: (32 × 7) / (9 × 20)

Step 5: 224 / 180

Step 6: 56 / 45