Q: Do you change the denomanator if you multiply?

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EX: 3 3/4 x 4 4/10 first, you multiply 4x3, then you get 12 + 3=15/4 second, you multiply 10x4=40+4=44/10 then you multiply the denomanator by the denomanator and the numerator by the numerator. 15x44= 10x4= Then simplify your answer.

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divide it by it's self. it equals one whole. just divide like how many times does 5 go into 5????? well this is what you do 5/5 is 1 see its easy or add then multiply them together

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8 is.

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They are like fractions.

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A whole number.

you divide the numarator to the denomanator

multiply

to change from yards to feet you multiply by 3

You have to get a common denomanator to then work out if the numerator is also the same.

You multiply by two to change pints to cups. You divide by two to change cups into pints.

Multiply.

You multiply by 63360.

The portion of the fraction below the divide line For example, in 1/2 two is the denoninator.

You need at least two numbers to find something in common.

multiply.... by 3

You multiply by 0.01 = 1/100.

To change kilograms to grams, multiply by 1000. 1 kilogram = 1000 grams

To change weeks to days multiply by 7

To change feet to inches multiply by 12

A+LS Multiply

To change a number into a percentage multiply it by 100.