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- 1. 8-10 Multiplying by a Fraction Math Notes Number Sense 2.4
- 2. Example 1 2 x 3 = 3 4
- 3. Example 1 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 2 x 3 = 3 4
- 4. Example 1 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 2 x 3 = 6 3 4
- 5. Example 1 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 2 x 3 = 6 3 4 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators.
- 6. Example 1 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 2 x 3 = 6 3 4 12 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators.
- 7. Example 1 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 2 x 3 = 6 3 4 12 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators. STEP THREE: Simplify the products.
- 8. Example 1 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 2 x 3 = 6 ÷6 3 4 12 ÷6 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators. STEP THREE: Simplify the products.
- 9. Example 1 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 2 x 3 = 6 ÷6 1 3 4 12 ÷6 2 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators. STEP THREE: Simplify the products.
- 10. Example 1 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 2 x 3 = 6 ÷6 1 3 4 12 ÷6 2 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators. STEP THREE: Simplify the products.
- 11. Example 2 2 x5 3
- 12. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 3
- 13. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 3 1
- 14. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 3 1 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators.
- 15. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 10 3 1 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators.
- 16. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 10 3 1 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators. STEP THREE: Multiply the denominators.
- 17. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 10 3 1 3 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators. STEP THREE: Multiply the denominators.
- 18. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 10 3 1 3 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators. STEP THREE: Multiply the denominators. STEP FOUR: Change the improper fraction into a mixed number.
- 19. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 10 3 1 3 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators. STEP THREE: Multiply the denominators. STEP FOUR: Change the improper fraction into a mixed number.
- 20. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 10 3 3 r1 3 1 10 3 9 1 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators. STEP THREE: Multiply the denominators. STEP FOUR: Change the improper fraction into a mixed number.
- 21. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 10 3 1 3 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators. STEP THREE: Multiply the denominators. STEP FOUR: Change the improper fraction into a mixed number.
- 22. Example 2 STEP ONE: Make the whole number into a fraction by making it the numerator. The denominator becomes 1. 2 x5 3 1 10 3 STEP TWO: Multiply the numerators. 3 1 3 STEP THREE: Multiply the denominators. STEP FOUR: Change the improper fraction into a mixed number.
- 23. Example 3 5 x 6 = 6 5
- 24. Example 3 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 5 x 6 = 6 5
- 25. Example 3 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 5 x 6 = 30 6 5
- 26. Example 3 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 5 x 6 = 30 6 5 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators.
- 27. Example 3 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 5 x 6 = 30 6 5 30 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators.
- 28. Example 3 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 5 x 6 = 30 6 5 30 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators. STEP THREE: Whenever the numerator and the denominator are the same, it equals ONE WHOLE, ( 1 )
- 29. Example 3 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 5 x 6 = 30 6 5 30 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators. 1 STEP THREE: Whenever the numerator and the denominator are the same, it equals ONE WHOLE, ( 1 )
- 30. Example 3 STEP ONE: Multiply the numerators. 5 x 6 = 30 6 5 30 STEP TWO: Multiply the denominators. 1 STEP THREE: Whenever the numerator and the denominator are the same, it equals ONE WHOLE, ( 1 )

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