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Types of Numbers

Types of Numbers

Multiplication of Fractions Exercises

Example 1

What is ?

Example 2

What is ?

Example 3

What is ?

Example 4

What's  of 9?

Example 5

Draw a picture representing the product of . This is no time for your cutesy kitten face drawings, even though they're adorable. A simple box will do. Yes, we know we told you you'd never have to do this again. Last time; pinky swear.