Convert the following improper fraction to mixed fraction:
To convert this improper fraction to mixed fraction, we need to know that 11/3 is also:
After knowing this, we can now perform long division for 11÷4. For the first part of the division (shown below), we have the quotient as 2.
This quotient 2, will become the whole number for the mixed fraction. Also, remember when doing the conversion, the denominator remains the same (which 4 in this case).
After completing this division, we have the remainder as 3.
This remainder 3 will become the numerator for the mixed fraction.
Finally, we have the mixed fraction as:
Clearly, the answer is A.
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