Q: How do you multipy fractions?

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you multipy a fraction by taking a number and mulitiply the same number to the numerator and denominator and get ur answer

to multiply a number by itself

measure it's sides and then multipy them.

To multipy fractions, multiply the numerators and divide them by the product of the denominators. Example (2/3)(5/6)=(2x5)/3x6)=10/18=5/9 To divide fractions, invert the denominator and multiply as above Example (2/3)/(5/6)=(2/3)(6/5)=(2x6)/(3x5)=(12/15)=4/5

the different types of fractions are:-proper fractionimproper fractionmixed fraction

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you multipy the smaller denomnater to equal the other fraction and multipy the numarter by the same number as the denomneter got multiplied by

same as you would multiply 2 normal fractions. Note: a negative times a negative = a positive so - a/b x - c/d = ac/bd e.g -1/2 x - 3/5 = 3/10

you multipy a fraction by taking a number and mulitiply the same number to the numerator and denominator and get ur answer

Change each mixed fraction to an improper fraction. Do this by multiplying the denominator by the whole number next to the fraction and then adding the numerator to the product you get. Once you do this, multiply fractions normally.

yes you do

Squaring

The root word of "multiplicity" is "multiple."

to multiply a number by itself

you add it to the coeficent then multipy the denominator

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multipy the radius by 2