Math K-Plus

Learn How To Multiply Fractions With Common Denominators And Unlike Denominators

Learn Fraction Multiplication With Common Denominators Or Unlike Denominators

The simplest fraction math problem is addition of fractions with the same denominator. It is a three step procedure to get the final answer:
• Add the whole number part of all fractions to get the sum.
• Since all the fractions have the same denominator, add all fraction numerators to get the sum of the fractions.
• Simplify the fractional sum and combine their result with the whole number sum.

Multiplication Fraction Problem

$68 × 12 =$

Multiply Numerators And Denominator Of Both Fractions

$(6 × 1)(8 × 2) = 616$

Reduce The Fraction Using The Greatest Common Divisor

$616 = 6 ÷ 216 ÷ 2 = 38$