Multiplication of Fractions

By: The Incredible Sharks

Definitions

Less than one- when you multiply a whole number by a fraction that is less than one(or a fraction by a fraction that is less than one), the product will always be less than that whole number.

Greater than one- when you multiply numbers greater than one, the product will always be greater than both of the factors.

Equivalent- Any number times 1 or a fraction equal to one, is always equal to that other number/factor.

Defending appropriate units- By Kyra, Camryn, and Jon


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Defining appropriate units is used for helping you figure out how to solve a multiplication problem.

Bar Models- By Kyra, Camryn, and Jon

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Bar models are a way to visualize a multiplication problem on paper instead of visualizing it in your head. Lets figure out how to do them.

Multiplying Fractions- By Jeremiah and Dylan

Multiplying fractions is simple. Lets see how simple it is.

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