When you multiply any two numbers, the answer is their product.
Multiply the first two together and then multiply that total by the third.
to order fractions you can cross multiply two fractions at a time or you can convert all the fractions into decimals.
The dissimilarity of the fractions doesn't matter. To multiply two fractions, multiply the numerators together, then the denominators, then put the new numerator over the new denominator. Simplify if you can. To divide fractions, invert the second fraction and multiply as just described.
-- Multiply their numerators to get the numerator of their product. -- Multiply their denominators to get the denominator of their product.
Convert them to improper fractions and proceed the same way you would multiply two fractions.
multiply the two fractions
When multiplying 2 fractions, we multiply the two numerators together and the two denominators together.
You multiply the two fractions. To multiply two fractions, the numerator of the result is the product of the numerators, and the denominator of the result is the product of the denominators.
You multiply the two fractions.
Just multiply the two denominators of your fractions, the answer you get is a common denominator.
Multiplying fractions is the easiest operation you can do with them. Nothing complicated is required, just multiply the top two and the bottom two. Simple as that!
multiply and divide fractions!-.-
multiply the two denominators
You multiply the numerator not the denomanater because the demomenator will always be the same.
Yes, you multiply the numerators together and the denominators together when multiplying two fractions
Multiply any two of them together first and then multiply the result by the third fraction.
In order to divide two fractions, multiply the first times the reciprocal of the second.
To multiply two fractions, multiply the numerators together, then the denominators, then put the new numerator over the new denominator. Simplify if you can. To divide fractions, invert the second fraction and multiply as just described.
To divide fractions, turn the second one over - that is, swap its numerator and denominator - and multiply. Nothing else is necessary. You cross multiply when you have a proportion, that is when you have two ratios that are equal.
No, you cannot use models to multiply fractions!!
you don't do anything. you just multiply it together unless on the numerator you can reduce it with one of the denominators. ================================= On the remote chance that perhaps you find the first answer unclear, here's another explanation: To multiply two fractions: -- Multiply their numerators. That product is the numerator of the answer. -- Multiply their denominators. That product is the denominator of the answer. -- Now you have the answer. It may be possible to simplify it (reduce it to lower terms). It's not necessary for the original two fractions to have the same denominator. Just follow the same two easy steps to multiply the fractions, whether their denominators are the same or different.
You multiply the fractions