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6-135.

Convert each mixed number to a fraction greater than one, or each fraction greater than one to a mixed number.

Review your knowledge of mixed numbers and fractions greater than one in the Lesson 6.2.2 Math Notes box from this lesson.

1.  $4\frac{1}{8}$

For part (a), try drawing a diagram to help visualize how many eighths are in four. Also, if you find how many eighths there are in $1$, you can use multiplication to find the solution.

1.  $\frac { 302 } { 3 }$

$100 \frac{2}{3}$

1.  $100\frac{2}{5}$

$\frac{502}{5}$

1.  $\frac { 18 } { 3 }$

For part (d), you can find the mixed number by treating the fraction as a division problem. It is easier than it might seem.