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how to mutipaly fractions

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first you must same the denominator then multipy like usually.
Actually, that is the approach you should use for addition or subtraction (finding a common denominator and then adding or subtracting the numerator). In order to multiply fractions, you simply multiply the numerators and multiply the denominators. For example: \[2/3 \times 3/4=6/12 = 1/2\]
Right =). multiplying is actually easier funny enough

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oops.sorry i make a mistake. i thought u wanted to adding it.
that's how I read it too at first =)
we are in same phase..hehe.

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