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1) Write the product of the numerators

over the product of the denominators,

then simplify. Change each number to a

improper fraction, then multiply the and

simplify.

2) Multiply the dividend by the reciprocal

of the divisor. Change each number to a

improper fraction, then divide and

simply.

3)When you have a pizza party and all

the kids need to have the equal amounts.

When built my deck, it is 17ft1/3 in wide

and 45ft long. We had to multiply the

best way to make the 16ft long 2×6

would fit and how many we need

without too much waist.

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1. How do you multiply proper

fractions? How do you multiply mixed

numbers?

1a: You multiply the numerators (top number) of

each fraction to come up with the numerator of

the answer. The you multiply the denominators

(bottom number) of both numbers to get the

denominator of the answer. EX: 8/3 X 9/5=

72/15 or 24/5 (simplified)

1b: Change all the mixed numbers to improper

fractions. Multiply the numerators together, and

then the denominators together. Then Simplify.

2. How do you divide proper fractions?

How do you divide mixed numbers?

2a: Write out the first fraction, and then use the

reciprocal of the second. Multiply the

numerators, and then the denominators.

Simplify.

2b: Change to improper fractions. Write a new

division problem with the improper fractions.

KCF rewrite as multiplication problem. Multiply

numerators, and then denominators,. Simplify.

3. Give an example of how/when you use

fractions (including addition, subtraction,

multiplication, division, and or ordering

of) in your day to day activities outside of

math class.

3. As ironically as it sounds being in this class;

I’m a Mortgage Broker. ( a very good one too!) /

use Fractions, ratios, multiplication, division,

subtraction daily to determine how much a

borrower is preapproved for to purchase a home

or to refinance their current mortgage.

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