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## How do you multiply fractions in simplest form?

Multiplying fractions is relatively straightforward. These are the steps: multiply the numerators. multiply the denominators. reduce the fraction to its simplest form.

How do you write a fraction in simplest form?

Fractions in Simplest Form. There are two different ways to write a fractions in simplest form. 1) Divide by common factors. 2) Divide by using GCF. A fraction is in the lowest term when the only common factor between the numerator and the denominator is 1.

### What is the simplest fraction?

The simplest form of a fraction is N D, where N and D have no common factors (except 1 ). Thus, in simplest form, there is no number other than 1 that goes into both the numerator and denominator evenly.

What is 45 percent as a fraction in simplest form?

45% as a fraction or mixed number in simplest form. Simplify 45/100 by divide each, the numerator and denominator by the GCF. 45% as a fraction in simplest form is 9/20!

#### How do I multiply three decimals?

Estimate the product.

• Multiply to find the product. Multiply these decimals as if they were whole numbers.