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multiplying mixed numbers


4 3/5 x 2/3= 23/5 x 2/3= 46/15?


I am not sure it this is right I know that I can't simplify it, so I am thinking that it is 46/15

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    It is correct unless they want the number written as a mixed number and not an improper fraction.

    You could divide 46 by 15 and that would be 3 with 1/15 left over.

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    thank you

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