multiplying mixed number fractions

Algebra
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how do you multiply 4 2/7 and 1 3/10. i do not understand how to multiply the whole numbers with the fractions please help

Mar 30th, 2015

4,2/7 * 1,3/10

first you make them a single fraction then u multiply

making then single fraction 4,2/7=4*7+2=30/7 then 1,3/10=1*10+3=13/10

multiply the numerator with another numerator then denominator with denominator

hence 30/7*13/10=390/70=39/7=5,4/7

answer is 5 4/7


Mar 30th, 2015

thank you so much

Mar 30th, 2015

y-3/13=-2/13 

would this go y+2/13-2/13= -2/13=3/13

y=1/13

Mar 30th, 2015

YES THAT IS THE ANSWER

Mar 30th, 2015

thank you one last question please 

x/3 +2=7/3

Mar 30th, 2015

x/3 + 2 =7/3

x/3=7/3 - 2

x/3=7/3 - 2/1

x/3=1/3

x=1


Mar 30th, 2015

i dont understand how you get 1


Mar 30th, 2015

could i do it x/3 + (2/1)3= 7/3

x/3 + 6/3= 7/3

x/3= 7/3 - 6/3 

x/3 = 1/3

Mar 30th, 2015

your answer cross multiply you get  3x=3 divide by 3 both sides x=3

Mar 30th, 2015

thank you

Mar 30th, 2015

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Mar 30th, 2015

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