How do you write 6 7/8 as an improper fraction?
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When converting to an improper fraction, you multiply the denominator by the whole number, then add the numerator.
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To write ( 6 \frac{7}{8} ) as an improper fraction, you need to convert the mixed number to an improper fraction.
Here's how you do it:

Multiply the whole number (6) by the denominator of the fraction (8). [ 6 \times 8 = 48 ]

Add the result from step 1 to the numerator of the fraction (7). [ 48 + 7 = 55 ]

Write the result from step 2 as the numerator of the improper fraction, with the same denominator as the original fraction. [ \frac{55}{8} ]
Therefore, ( 6 \frac{7}{8} ) written as an improper fraction is ( \frac{55}{8} ).
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