# How do you convert the improper fraction 7/5 into mixed numbers?

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To convert the improper fraction ( \frac{7}{5} ) into a mixed number:

- Divide the numerator (7) by the denominator (5).
- Write down the quotient as the whole number part of the mixed number.
- Write down the remainder as the numerator of the fractional part.
- Keep the original denominator for the fractional part.

Applying these steps:

- ( 7 \div 5 = 1 ) remainder 2.
- The quotient (1) becomes the whole number part.
- The remainder (2) becomes the numerator of the fractional part.
- The original denominator (5) remains the denominator of the fractional part.

Therefore, ( \frac{7}{5} ) as a mixed number is ( 1\frac{2}{5} ).

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