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# How do you multiply fractions with same denominator?

Updated: 11/5/2022

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11y ago

multiply denominator by denominator and vice versa

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Beatriz Guerrero

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you just multiply the denominator and the denominator. (FOR EXAMPLE) 3/5 x 5/5 the denominators are 5 and 5 so you multiply them that is 25 and multiply de numerator 3 x 5 that is 15 so the answer is 15/25.

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