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Q: Why is the product always less than one when you multiply a fraction by another proper fraction?
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When you multiply by 0 the product is always?

The product would always be 0.


When you multiply a fraction less than one by another fraction less than one your answer is always less than either factor?

That is true.


When multiplying fraction by fraction the product will always be?

The only generalisation posible is that it will always be a rational number. The product can be positive or negative; it can be a fraction or an integer, it can be larger or smaller.


When you multiply any number of even numbers will the product always be odd?

No, the product will always be even.


What is the product of two numbers that are reciprocals of one another explain why this is always the case?

A fraction multiplied by its reciprocal is always equal to one. This is because the reciprocal is an inversion of the fraction. The denominator of a fraction is the same number as the numerator of the reciprocal, and vice versa. The product of this is a fraction with the same numbers for the denominator and reciprocal, which is also known as an equivalent fraction. Equivalent fractions are always equal to one.


When you multiply a whole number by 10 what is always true about the ones place in the product?

its always the same


When you multiply two fractions why is the product greater than 1?

The product is not always greater than 1.


How do you multiply a fraction?

Multiply the numerators together. Multiply the denominators together. Reduce, if possible. The answer when multiplying fractions together will always be lower than either.


What is a conjecture for multiplying two odd numbers?

One possible conjecture: The product is always an odd number. Another possible conjecture: The product is always greater than either of them. Another possible conjecture: Both odd numbers are always factors of the product. Another possible conjecture: The product is never a multiple of ' 2 '. Another possible conjecture: The product is always a real, rational number. Another possible conjecture: The product is always an integer.


Is the product of two positive integers always positive?

No the product of two integers will not always be a positive, because if you multiply a positive and a negative you'll get a negative.


When you multiply a fraction by its reciprocal you get what for an answer?

When you multiply a fraction by its recipricol you will always end with the answer of 1.EX.4/6 x 6/4 = 14x6=246x4=2424 divided by 24 = 1


In a conversion factor what is special about the fraction used?

The fraction is always exactly equal to ' 1 ', and so it doesn'tchange the value of the quantity that you multiply by it.

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