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how is the process used to multiply a fraction an a whole number similar to the process used to multiply two whole numbers?

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asked by Lily
  1. the numerator is a whole number, and it is multiplied by the other whole number.

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    posted by Steve
  2. Yes

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    posted by christy
  3. Correct

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  4. Miooo

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    posted by Chacha
  5. Thanks, Steve!

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    posted by Kailey
  6. hooooooyyyyyaaaaa

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    posted by mileo
  7. i look at this and think; ''wow, this was asked in 2014 and people still answering in 2018.......'' its not bad it helps other ppl ;3

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  8. hE0w 3veryb0dy

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  9. thank you

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    posted by natali
  10. How does that answer make any sense?

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