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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

A whole number.

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They are like fractions.

8 is.

you divide the numarator to the denomanator

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

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