Multiplying fractions is a mathematical operation that involves multiplying two or more fractions together. A fraction is a part of a whole, represented by a number written as a fraction of two numbers, a numerator and a denominator. To multiply fractions, you need to multiply the numerators (the top numbers) and multiply the denominators (the bottom numbers).

To multiply fractions, you need to multiply the numerators (the top numbers) and multiply the denominators (the bottom numbers). For example:

(1/2) * (3/4) = (1*3) / (2*4) = 3/8

Here’s another example:

(5/6) * (7/8) = (5*7) / (6*8) = 35/48

Remember to simplify the fraction if possible. In the second example, the fraction 35/48 can be simplified to 7/8. To simplify a fraction, you can divide both the numerator and denominator by the same number until you can’t divide anymore. For example, 35/48 can be simplified to 7/8 because both 35 and 48 can be divided by 7.

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