Multiplying fractions may be complicated, but this calculator can help with practicing concepts. There are some examples of how to multiply fractions below the calculator and if you would like more, there are many examples included on our multiplying fractions examples page.
How to Multiply Fractions?
Example: For multiplying the fractions 10/15 and 1/5, you multiply the numerator of the first fraction by the numerator of the second fraction to find the numerator of the answer. You also multiply the denominator of the first fraction by the denominator of the second fraction to find the denominator of the answer. 10 x 1 and 15 x 5
The answer is 10/75, then reduced to the simplest form is 2/15.
Help with Multiplying Fractions
Multiplying fractions can be a difficult issue to master. There are many good resources to help. There are online videos like this one on multiplying fractions. There are online fraction lessons, and there are fraction tutorials available to help.