# Multiply Fractions With Common Denominators Worksheets

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## Worksheet #1 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

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Each worksheet has a variety of fractions all with a common (same) denominator. When multiplying fractions, simply multiply the numerator (top number) then multiply the denominator (bottom number) and reduce to its lowest term if needed.

• Example 1:  1/4 x 3/4 = 3/16 (1 x 3 on top and 3 x 4 on bottom) in this example the fraction cannot be reduced further.
• Example 2:  1/3 x 2/3 = 2/9 This cannot be reduced further.
• Example 3:  1/6 x 2/6 = 2/36 In this case, the fraction can be reduce further. Both numbers can be divided by 2 which gives us 1/18 which is the reduced answer.

Worksheets like these provide exercises for students to enhance their understanding.

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## Worksheet #2 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

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## Multiply the Improper Fractions, Worksheet #3 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

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## Worksheet #5 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

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## Worksheet #6 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

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## Worksheet #7 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

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## Worksheet #8 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

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## Worksheet #9 (Answers on 2nd Page of PDF)

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