# How to multiplying fractions with whole numbers: A beginners guide

## Introduction

Introduction: In order to multiply fractions with whole numbers, you will need to have some basic math skills. In this article, we will cover the basics of multiplication and division with whole numbers. Additionally, we will give tips on how to multiply fractions with whole numbers using radicals.

## What is multiplication.

Fractions are pieces of numbers that represent the relationship between two other pieces of number. They can be written in a variety of ways, but the most common way to write fractions is as a decimal or as a fraction with an accent (e.g., 1/5).When multiplying fractions with whole numbers, it is important to keep in mind the order of operations. The order of operations is always addition, multiplication, division (from left to right), and subtracting (from left to right). For example, the following equation would result in 3 multiplied by 5: 3 + 5 = 13How to multiply fractions with whole numbersTo multiply a fraction with whole numbers, divide the numerator by the denominator. For example, if 3 divided by 5 equals 0.5, then 0.5 would be used as the denominator for the next equation: 3 x 0.5 = 3If the numerator and denominator are not the same size, then they must be different numbers. For example, if 3 multiplied by 5 is equal to 10 but 4 multiplied by 5 is equal to 15, then 3 x 0.5 = 3 x 15 would be used as the numerator for the next equation: 3 x 15 = 30

## How to multiply fractions with decimals.

To multiply fractions with decimals, you will need to first convert them to common denominators. To do this, divide the numerator (top number) by the denominator (bottom number). In order to multiply fractions with decimals, use the following equation:FractionDecimalFor example, if we wanted to multiply 2 and 4 decimals, we would simply use the following equation:2  × 4 = 16If we wanted to multiply 3 and 5 decimals, we would use the following equation:3  × 5 = 25etc.In order to multiply fractions with decimals, you will also need to use the order of operations. In order to multiply 2 and 4 decimals, you would use:2  + 4 = 163  + 5 = 25etc.In order to multiply 3 and 5 decimals, you would use:3  + 5 = 252  – 4 = 124  – 6 = 0