 ## CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.3

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### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 1. Multiplying two fractions with a common denominator. The product does not need to be simplified. The product is a proper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 2. Multiplying two fractions with a common denominator. The product is a proper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 3. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. The product is a proper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 4. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. The product does need to be simplified. The product is a proper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 5. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. One of the numerators and one of the denominators have a common factor. The product is a proper fraction that does not need to be simplified. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 6. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. One of the numerators and one of the denominators have 2 common factors. The product is a proper fraction that doesn't need to be simplified. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 7. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. Both sets of numerators and denominators have 1 common factor. The product is a proper fraction that does not need to be simplified. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 8. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. Both sets of numerators and denominators have at least 1 common factor. The product is a proper fraction that does not need to be simplified. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 9. Multiplying two fractions that are reciprocals. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 10. Multiplying two fractions with a common denominator. The product does not need to be simplified. The product is an improper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 11. Multiplying two fractions with a common denominator. The product does need to be simplified. The product is an improper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 12. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. The product does not need to be simplified. The product is an improper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 13. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. The product does need to be simplified. The product is an improper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 14. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. One of the numerators and one of the denominators have a common factor. The product is an improper fraction. ### Tutorial--Multiplying Fractions: Example 15. Multiplying two fractions with different denominators. The numerators and denominators have at least one common factor. The product is an improper fraction. ### This set of tutorials provides 15 examples of how to multiply fractions. NOTE: The download is a PPT file. ### This collection of math examples models how to multiply a fraction by a whole number. Note: The download is a PNG file. ### This collection of math examples models how to multiply a fraction by a whole number. Note: The download is a PNG file. ### This collection of math examples models how to multiply a fraction by a whole number. Note: The download is a PNG file. ### This collection of math examples models how to multiply a fraction by a whole number. Note: The download is a PNG file. 