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In this m odule, you can study learn how to multiply two fractions together.
The video shows you how to multiply two fractions together.
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Study fraction multiplication
Read about fraction multiplication, watch examples being worked out, and take a self-quiz at the end at mathsisfun.com.
When multiplying two fractions together, you have to multiply the tops and the bottoms, not just the tops. For example, 2/3 x 4/5 = 8/15.
When you multiply two fractions together, the result is often a SMALLER numer!
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