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Directions First you find two fractions. If you have a mixed number, then you multiply the whole number by the denominator.
Directions Next you add the numerator. After that you multiply the numerators by each other. Next you add the numerator. After that you multiply the numerators by each other.
Directions Then you multiply the denominators by each other. Last you simplify your answer if you can. Then you multiply the denominators by each other. Last you simplify your answer if you can.
Example 2 4/6*7/12= 2*6=12 12+4=16 16/6*7/12 6*12=72 16*7=112 So the answer is 112/72 Simplified the answer is 1 40/72= 1 20/36= 1 5/9
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