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mixed number

n.
A number, such as 7 1/4 , consisting of an integer and a fraction or decimal.

mixed′ num′ber

n.
a number consisting of a whole number and a fraction or decimal, as 4½ or 4.5.
[1535–45]

mixed number

(mĭkst)
A number, such as 7 3/8 , consisting of a whole number and a fraction.
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