# How to multiplied fractions in your head: A powerful way to remember how to multiplying fractions!

## Introduction

Introduction: This is a question that has been asked by many people, and it’s one that you should ask yourself if you want to be successful in the business world. If you can remember how to multiply fractions, it will make your life much easier. After all, multiplication is one of the most common operations in math. And getting started on multiplying fractions can be quite an undertaking for some people. Keep reading to find out how to multiplied fractions in your head!

To multiply a fraction in your head, you first need to remember the order of Operations. This is the order in which operations are performed: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division (from left to right), Addition and Subtraction (from left to right). To remember the order of operations for fractions, think about how these three operations can be combined to create a single operation: Multiplication (x + y) followed by addition (x + y), Division (x / y) followed by subtraction (x / y).For example, if we want to multiply 2 and 3 together, we would do this:2 + 3 = 62 + 3 = 102 + 3 = 15Now imagine multiplying 4 and 5 together. We would do this:4 + 5 = 114 + 5 = 134 + 5 = 17Now imagine multiplying 6 and 7 together. We would do this:6 + 7 = 96 + 7 = 116 + 7 = 136 + 7 = 17So when multiplying fractions in your head, always keep in mind the order of operations!

To memory addition, think of the number you want to add together and mentally write it down. For example, if you wanted to remember the sum of 6 and 8, you would think of the six plus the eight and write it down as 12.How to Memory MultiplicationTo memory multiplication, think of the number you want to divide by two and mentally write that down too. For example, if you wanted to remember the divisor for 6 divided by two, you would think of 6 ÷ 2 and write it down as 4.How to Memory DivisionTo memory division, simply think of the number you want to divide by two and mentallywrite that down too. For example, if you wanted to remember how many pieces there are in a container made up of 50 pieces, you would think about how many pieces there are in 50 grams (about 1/4 cup), wrote that number down as 5 (50 / 4 = 5), and then multiply that number by itself (50 multiplied by 1/4 = 25), which equals 10.