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You EITHER, change them BOTH to decimals, OR you change them BOTH to vulgar (common) FRACTIONS EXAMPLE 2.3 X1&2/3 equals 2&3/10 X 1&2/3 equals 23/10 X 5/3 etc OR 2.3 X 1.66 equals etc.

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Convert one to the other.

Q: How do you multiply decimals and fractions?

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to order fractions you can cross multiply two fractions at a time or you can convert all the fractions into decimals.

no, that's only if it's fractions.:}

turn both fractions into decimals and then multiply!

Change the decimal into a fraction or the easier way is to turn the fration into a decimal, then multiply.

It's because decimals are really fractions and all numbers get smaller when you multiply them by fractions.

Yes providing you change the fractions into decimals or change the decimals into fractions

Multiply them by a number greater than 100.

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All terminating decimals can be written as fractions.