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# What is 35 as a fraction?

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The number 35 is written as a fraction in many ways, but the simplest way is 35/1. Other examples of 35 as a fraction are 70/2 and 105/3. Any number with a top number larger than the bottom number is called an improper fraction, according to About.com.

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The top number of a fraction is the numerator, and the bottom number is the denominator. In a fraction, the numerator is being divided into the number of parts specified by the denominator. In the fraction 35/1, the number 35 is divided into one part, making it simply 35. In the fraction 70/2, seventy is divided into two parts, making it equivalent to 35. A numerator with a denominator of one is equal to the numerator itself.

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To turn a fraction into a mixed number, you must divide the fraction's numerator by its denominator. Use the number of times the denominator goes into the numerator to represent the whole number, and then use the remaining number to represent the new numerator.

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A mixed number is written as a whole number, or integer, followed by a fraction. A mixed number can be converted to or from an improper fraction in which the numerator (top number of a fraction) is of greater value than the denominator (bottom number of a fraction).

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The number 37.5 is expressed as 37 1/2 in simplified terms or 75/2 as a fraction. In simplified form, the 0.5 equals .50 and can be written as 5/10. The fraction 5/10 is simplified further to 1/2, by using 5 as the common factor for both the numerator and denominator.