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Math. Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions Multiplying Fractions &amp; Mixed Numbers. Converting Mixed Numbers into Improper Fractions. Multiply whole number and denominator. Add the numerator. Keep the same denominator. Convert each mixed number into an improper fraction. 5 1/3

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### Math

Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

Multiplying Fractions & Mixed Numbers

Converting Mixed Numbers into Improper Fractions
• Multiply whole number and denominator.
• Keep the same denominator.
Convert each mixed number into an improper fraction.
• 5 3/8
• 2 5/16
• 6 ¼
• 3 4/5
• 3 2/3
• 1 5/6
• 10 3/7
• 7 5/8
Convert each mixed number into an improper fraction.
• 4 7/10
• 3 1/8
• 16 1/5
• 6 8/9
• 10 1/10
• 2 4/5
• 5 ¾
• 2 3/8
Steps for Multiplying Fractions
• Multiply the numerators.
• Multiply the denominators.
• Simplify if needed.
Find each product.
• ½ • 1/3
• 3/5 • ½
• 1/3 • ¾
• 2 • ¾
• 2/3 • 4
• 3/7 • 4/5
Notes
• You can simplify by dividing a numerator and a denominator by the same factor.
• Doing this step before you multiply is easier than doing it after you multiply!

Examples:

2/7 • 3/8 4/9 • 1/8

Multiplying Mixed Numbers
• Rename the mixed number as an improper fraction.
• Multiply the numerators.
• Multiply the denominators.
• Simplify.
Find each product.
• 3 5/6 • 2 ¼
• 7 2/3 • 2 1/7
• 1 ¾ • 3 1/7
• 2 5/7 • 1 1/3
• 1 ¼ • 2 2/3
• 2 2/5 • 4 ½
• 3 1/7 • 2 4/5
• 5 1/3 • 1 7/8
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