Q: How to multiply 1 over 4 times 3?

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You change 1 1/3 into a mixed number and then multiply. 2/5 times 4/3 Answer= 8/15

first multiply the numerators and you get 15, then you multiply the denominators and you get 15 so 15/15 = 1

you switch i over 3 to 3 over 1 and then you multiply across

(1 over radical three) over three - I assume that's how you are describing it - can be simplified like any division problem involving fractions in the numerator and denominator. To solve the problem, you take the fraction in the denominator (in this case 3 over 1) and invert it (making it 1 over 3) and multiply it by the numerator. You would have (1 over radical 3) times (1 over 3) which would give you 1 over (3 times radical 3)

To multiply an integer by a fraction, multiply the integer by the numerator then divide by the denominator. (You can divide first, if the numbers cancel neatly.) As for the above... come on, that is asking what is (a value X 1)!

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You change 1 1/3 into a mixed number and then multiply. 2/5 times 4/3 Answer= 8/15

multiply numerators and denominators , then reduce fraction 2/3 times 1/6 = 2/18 = 1/9

first multiply the numerators and you get 15, then you multiply the denominators and you get 15 so 15/15 = 1

To find a fraction of a fraction, multiply the fractions. 1/6 times 3/4 is the quantity 1 times 3 over the quantity 6 times 4. The answer is 3/24, but we can simplify it to 1/8.

To solve 10 1 3, you can multiply 10 times 1. This gives you a product of 10. Then multiply 10 times 3, so you will have an answer of 30.

By means of: -1/3 times -3 = 1

you switch i over 3 to 3 over 1 and then you multiply across

(1 over radical three) over three - I assume that's how you are describing it - can be simplified like any division problem involving fractions in the numerator and denominator. To solve the problem, you take the fraction in the denominator (in this case 3 over 1) and invert it (making it 1 over 3) and multiply it by the numerator. You would have (1 over radical 3) times (1 over 3) which would give you 1 over (3 times radical 3)

To multiply an integer by a fraction, multiply the integer by the numerator then divide by the denominator. (You can divide first, if the numbers cancel neatly.) As for the above... come on, that is asking what is (a value X 1)!

multiply 3/4 by three. first multiply the numerator and three. so 3 times 3 is 9. then divide it by the denomator . so it will be 9 over 4. 9/4 = 2 1/4

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3 and 3 fourths is 15 over 4. 1 and 1 eighth is 9 0ver 8. Now multiply 15 by 9 and divide the answer by 8 times 4 You cannot expect me to do all the work :)