Trying to help my little brother through this particular problem but im stumped. In the book it says the correct answer is , ive gone through all the rest of his example problems but have been able to solve them successfully.

LCD

15

Thanks

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- June 3rd 2009, 05:33 PMcmf0106Basic Fraction Algebra
Trying to help my little brother through this particular problem but im stumped. In the book it says the correct answer is , ive gone through all the rest of his example problems but have been able to solve them successfully.

LCD

15

Thanks - June 3rd 2009, 05:45 PMSodapop
10 * 2x =

**20x**3 * 15 =

**45**

When facing a multiplication of two fractions, you can simply multiply both numerators together and both denominators together. You'll end up having one fraction, that you can eventually simplify. :)

20x/45 =**4x/9** - June 3rd 2009, 05:47 PMcmf0106
- June 3rd 2009, 05:48 PMSodapop