Multiplying a Mixed Number by a Fraction | Unifinity Blockchain Institute # Multiplying a Mixed Number by a Fraction

Multiplication Method of a Mixed Number by a Proper / Improper Fraction

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Mathematics Fraction MixedNumbers Multiplication K-12

### What you will learn

• Learn to multiply a mixed number by a fraction
• Learn to identify mixed number and proper / improper fraction
• Analyze the step by step method on multiplying mixed number by a fraction
• Learn to apply the procedure on how to multiply mixed number by a fraction

### Course Content

1 sections • 1 lectures •
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### Requirements

• Prior knowledge in Fraction, Mixed Number, and Multiplication, Laptop, Mobile Phone, Tablet, PC, Pen and Paper for manual solving

### Description

Welcome to Multiplying Mixed Numbers and Fractions with Teacher Harvy! Need help with how to multiply a mixed number by a fraction? You're in the right place! Whether you're just starting out, or need a quick refresher, this is the video for you if you're looking for help with multiplying a mixed number and a fraction. Teacher Harvy will go through multiplying mixed numbers by fractions examples and explain the steps of how to multiply mixed numbers and fractions.

Do math calculations with mixed numbers (mixed fractions) performing operations on fractions, whole numbers, integers, mixed numbers, mixed fractions and improper fractions. The Mixed Numbers Calculator can add, subtract, multiply and divide mixed numbers and fractions.

This course offers instructional videos that are directly aligned with math standards. Teachers, parents/guardians, and students from around the world can enroll to this course and tutorial to help with math content in many different ways.

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