Mixed Numbers on a Number Line
For example, where is `2 4/5` located? We see that this number consists of integer 2 and proper fraction `4/5`.
This means that it is greater than 2 (because there is 2 and proper fraction), but it is less than 2+1=3 because proper fraction is less than 1.
This means that `2 4/5` is between 2 and 3.
Let's see how this works with negative numbers.
For example, consider `-4 1/7`.
It is less than -4 because there is -4 and proper fraction (which is also negative because minus is in front of mixed number), but it is greater than -4-1=-5, because, since positive proper fraction is less than 1 then negative proper fraction is greater than -1.