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Math lres lindsey_and_liza_v_2
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Math lres lindsey_and_liza_v_2

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  • 1. Multiplying Fractions with Whole Numbers.
    • By Lindsey C and Liza H.
    A Math tutorial .
  • 2. We’re going to show you how to multiply a fraction with a whole number. Here is a problem. 4/6 x 24 This is the whole number This is the fraction.
  • 3. First you place a 1 under the whole number like 24. 4/6 x 24/1
  • 4. Then you compare the denominator and numerator 24 and 6 like this. 4/ 6 x 24 /1
  • 5. Then you try to figure out the GCF that goes into 24 and 6 equally 4/ 6 x 24 /1
  • 6. So what does go into 6 and 24 equally…..
  • 7. Right, number 4 goes into 4 and 24 equally. So then you divide 4 into 4 and 24 which is 1 and 6 in this case. Then you change 4 into 1 and 24 into 6 like this.
    • 4/6 x 24/1
    • 4/1 x 4/1
  • 8. Then you multiply the two numerators and the two denominators like this.
    • 4 / 1 x 4 / 1
    • 16 / 1
  • 9. Now you try!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Here is your problem .
    • 5/6 x 36
  • 10. Click an answer a. 300000 b. 400000 c. 30 d. 40
  • 11. The answer is 30 Outstanding! Next Click here!
  • 12. Incorrect Try Again!!!!!! BACK Click here
  • 13. Thank you for watching this Tutorial!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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