1. ## multiplying fractions HARD

this is my question:

$\frac{3}{5}$ x $\frac{2}{4}$ x $\frac{1}{7}$

if you can help please post with workings out!!!
thanks

2. I guess it won't hurt helping you out again hehe

Using PEDMAS or BODMAS or whatever, we can multiply these in a sequence and in no specific order!!

So, start with $\frac{3}{5} * \frac{2}{4}$ first.

This works out to be $\frac{6}{20}$

Then, by following the sequence of multiplication, we can multiply our answer by the FINAL fraction:

$\frac{6}{20} * \frac{1}{7}$

Can you work out the answer from there?

3. Originally Posted by Finley
I guess it won't hurt helping you out again hehe

Using PEDMAS or BODMAS or whatever, we can multiply these in a sequence and in no specific order!!

So, start with $\frac{3}{5} * \frac{2}{4}$ first.

This works out to be $\frac{6}{20}$

Then, by following the sequence of multiplication, we can multiply our answer by the FINAL fraction:

$\frac{6}{20} * \frac{1}{7}$

Can you work out the answer from there?
thanks alot mate