Multiply fractions calculator


The following multiply fractions calculator is simple to use and it will help you improve your skill when multiplying fractions.




Recall the following rule when multiplying fractions:

Multiply the numerators!

Multiply the denominators

This calculator will not accept a mixed number

A mixed number is a combination of a whole number and a fraction and it has the following form:

a b/c like 3 1/2

Therefore, quickly convert a mixed number into fraction before putting them in the boxes

For example, 4 2/5 = (4 ×5 + 2)/5 = 22/5

2 1/3 = (2 × 3 + 1)/3 = 7/3

4 2/6 = (4 × 6 + 2)/6 = 26/6

Practice makes perfect. Enjoy the calculator!


                     
                  

    





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