In this video, we learn how to divide & multiply fractions with numerous examples. If you have a normal fraction, you will just multiply across the equation to multiply it. To divide the fraction, you will multiply it by the flip of the fraction. Once you do this, you will have both of these equations figured out. Make sure you reduce the fraction as much as possible by seeing what number goes into both the denominator and the numerator. After you do this, you will have the best possible answer for either multiplication or division and you will be finished with the math problem!
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