Spike's Calculators

The Mixed Number Calculator Set consists of four tools for performing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division on mixed numbers and fractions. Each calculator is designed to handle specific operations, making it easy to manage complex mixed number calculations.

a mixed number has to be entered with a space between the integer and fractional part e.g. 4 3/4

- enter the first mixed number or fraction
- the second mixed number or fraction

- the sum of the two mixed numbers or fractions in fractional and decimal formats

- enter the first mixed number or fraction
- the second mixed number or fraction

- the difference between the two mixed numbers or fractions in fractional and decimal formats

- enter the first mixed number or fraction
- the second mixed number or fraction

- the quotient of the two mixed numbers or fractions in fractional and decimal formats

- enter the first mixed number or fraction
- the second mixed number or fraction

- the product of the two mixed numbers or fractions in fractional and decimal formats

Each calculator follows the standard arithmetic operations for mixed numbers and fractions, ensuring accurate results:

- Input "2 1/2" in the "First Number" field.
- Input "3 3/4" in the "Second Number" field.
- Click "Add".
- The result will be displayed as 6 1/4 and 6.25 in the respective fields.

This set of calculators is designed to be user-friendly, providing quick and accurate results for all your mixed number and fraction calculations.

- Decimals and Fractions Addition
- Decimal Feet to Feet and Inches
- Decimal Inch to Inch + Fraction Conversion
- Decimal-to-Binary Table
- Dividing Mixed Numbers
- Dividing With Fractions
- Feet & Inches + Feet & Inches
- Find the Greatest Common Factor of Two Numbers
- Foot and Inch to Decimal Format Conversion
- Fraction Addition
- Fraction Conversion and Simplification
- Fractions to Decimal
- Mixed Number
- Mixed Numbers and Fractions
- Multiplying Fractions & Mixed Fractions
- Subtracting Values in Foot Inch and Fraction Format