How to Change 3.6 Into a Whole Number?

Answer Whole numbers generally are considered to be non-negative numbers without any fractions or decimal places. Examples of whole numbers are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and so on. From a strictly mathematical perspe... Read More »

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How Do I Change a Large Decimal Into a Whole Number?

When working with numbers, decimal points can be confusing and difficult to decide how to handle. This confusion and frustration multiplies and can be intimidating when the decimal is particularly ... Read More »

How to Make a Fraction Into a Whole Number?

A fraction is a portion of a whole number. Sometimes, a fraction that is added or subtracted can be simplified back down into a whole number. In other situations, this is not possible, but a whole ... Read More »

How to Turn a Whole Number Into a Decimal?

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How to Divide a Mixed Fraction Into a Whole Number?

A mixed fraction contains a whole number and a fraction, such as 5 1/2; you interpret this number as five plus one-half. To divide a mixed fraction into a whole number, treat the division problem a... Read More »