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What is 2/3 of 2/3? If 4/7 of the class are boys, how many boys are there?
Multiplying fractions is not only super-useful, but super-fun as well.
Sal multiplies 1/2x5 using repeated addition and fraction models.
Practice multiplying a whole number times a fraction.
Sal introduces multiplying 2 fractions.
Sal multiplies 5/6x2/3.
Practice multiplying two fractions.
See examples of multiplying and dividing fractions with negative numbers.
Practice multiplying fractions. Fractions in these problems may be positive or negative.
Sal compares the following expressions by thinking about multiplication as scaling: 2/3x7/8, 8/7x2/3, and (5x2)/(3x5)
Interpret how multiplying by a fraction greater or less than 1 affects the product.