1.05.10 Improper fractions.

An improper fraction, is one where the numerator is larger than the denominator. e.g. 22/5, 3/2 etc . In general it is acceptable to write improper fractions, however sometimes you are required to convert them into proper fractions. i.e. To express them as a whole number plus any fraction left over.
e.g. 11/7 = 1 4/7 .

To do this, you just divide the numerator by the denominator.
The number of times that the denominator divides evenly into the numerator, gives you the whole number.
The remainder gives you the numerator of the fraction.