This is an article that hopes to give some insight for people who are struggling to learn fractions. This is a how-to on turning an improper fraction into a mixed number.
Converting an improper fraction to a mixed number is the same as converting a mixed number into an improper fraction. However you are going to do the steps in reverse. To understand converting a mixed number to an improper fraction, please visit the following link.
Converting An Improper Fraction To A Mixed Number
Divide the numerator by the denominator. The quotient, disregarding the remainder, is the integral part of the mixed number.
Place the remainder, if any, over the denominator. This is the fractional part of the mixed number.
Here is an example of how to change an Improper Fraction into a mixed number.
36 (numerator) / 13 (denominator)= 2 with a remainder of 10
The mixed number is now 2 10/13.