How do you multiply fractions?





Multiplying fractions is pretty straightforward you just multiply the numerators (the top number) and then multiply the denominators (the bottoms number). After that you just reduce the fraction for the final answer.

So if we had (3/4) x (1/3) we multiply 3 x 1 to get 3, then multiply 4 x 3 to get 12. Our result is now 3/12. We can now reduce this by dividing the top and bottom by the lowest common factor of three to get 1/4 as our final answer.

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