We aim to guide your learners through converting between mixed numbers and improper fractions.

In section A, students are tasked with converting mixed numbers to improper fractions. The section begins with an example, and through the following 6 questions, there are prompts to aid learners in getting to grips with the process and calculations involved in these conversions. This resource encourages students to consider the whole number as a fraction with the same denominator as the fractional part and then add these to form the improper fraction.

Next, students will reverse this process by converting improper fractions to mixed numbers. Again, the section starts with an example and then guides learners through the first few questions using the same method as section A.

All fractions are already in their simplest form.