# Express the following as mixed fractions : (a) 20/3 (b) 11/5 (c) 17/7 (d) 28/5 (e) 19/6 (f) 35/9

**Solution:**

We use the concepts of fractions, improper fractions, and mixed fractions to express the given fractions as mixed fractions.

Here we observe that a given fraction is an improper fraction. Hence it can be easily converted into a mixed fraction.

Let us divide the given fraction. On dividing, we will get the quotient and remainder.

Now, we write the given fraction in the mixed form a b/c where a is the quotient, b is the remainder and c is the divisor. Let us apply this concept to solve all the six cases of the given problem.

**(a)**

**(b)**

**(c)**

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**(e)**

**(f)**

Hence we got the fraction in mixed form for all the six cases given.

NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 7 Exercise 7.2 Question 2

## Express the following as mixed fractions : (a) 20/ 3 (b) 11/ 5 (c) 17/ 7 (d) 28/ 5 (e) 19/ 6 (f) 35/ 9

**Summary:**

Using the concepts of fractions, mixed fractions and improper fractions, the given fractions have been expressed as mixed fractions a. \(6{\Large\frac{2}{3}}\), b. \(2{\Large\frac{1}{5}}\), c. \(2{\Large\frac{3}{7}}\), d. \(5{\Large\frac{3}{5}}\), e. \(3{\Large\frac{1}{6}}\) and, f. \(3{\Large\frac{8}{9}}\).