A guy from the website Math Problem Generator explains, in this video, how to easily multiply mixed fraction numbers. First, he demonstrates that you need to convert both of the numbers to improper fractions. Then he shows that you need to multiply the two resulting numbers together. The resulting fraction is also improper, so it needs to be converted back to a mixed number fraction. In the example that he provides, he shows that one and a half multiplied by one and a third becomes two and a half.

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