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Well, first make the whole number a fraction with the same denominator as the improper fraction.

Then you can simply add the former whole number with the improper fraction.

Here is an example:

We have the whole number 2 and the improper fraction 4/3.

The whole number has the have the denominator 3.

So... 2*3/3 + 4/3.

= 6/3 +4/3

= 10/3

So 10/3 is the answer.

Always remember that even though you make the whole number into a fraction, if you simplify it, it will always be equal to the former whole number. In my example, 6/3 can be simplified to 2.

Gh0sty15 Aug 28, 2017