In this tutorial, we learn how to multiply fractions easily. First, you will need to know where the numerator and denominator are in the equation. Numerator is on top and Denominator is on the bottom. When you multiply fractions, you multiply the top and then the bottom of the fractions straight across. Once you have multiplied them, you will write your number out as a fraction. Make sure you reduce your fraction as much as you can, or else it will not be a correct answer. To reduce it, see what the numbers will both divide into, then divide them and you're finished!
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