Operations on Fractions with Variables Help
Introduction to Multiplying Fractions with Variables
Multiplication of fractions with variables is done in exactly the same way as multiplication of fractions without variables—multiply the numerators and multiply the denominators.
Find practice problems and solutions at Operations on Fractions with Variables Practice Problems - Set 1.
Fractions as Products, Whole Numbers, and Variables
At times, especially in calculus, you might need to write a fraction as a product of two fractions or of one fraction and a whole number or of one fraction and a variable. The steps you will follow are the same as in multiplying fractions—only in reverse.
Find practice problems and solutions at Operations on Fractions with Variables Practice Problems - Set 2.
More practice problems for this concept can be found at: Algebra Introduction to Variables Practice Test.
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