Solutions by everydaycalculation.com

1^{st} number: 10/15, 2^{nd} number: 6 0/7

This multiplication involving fractions can also be rephrased as "What is 10/15 of 6 0/7?"

1015 × 427 is 41.

- Simply multiply the numerators and denominators separately:
- 1015 × 427 = 10 × 4215 × 7 = 420105
- After reducing the fraction, the answer is 41

MathStep (Works offline)

Download our mobile app and learn to work with fractions in your own time:

Android and iPhone/ iPad

Related: ^{20}/_{15}×^{42}/_{7} ^{10}/_{15}×^{84}/_{7} ^{10}/_{30}×^{42}/_{7} ^{10}/_{15}×^{42}/_{14} ^{30}/_{15}×^{42}/_{7} ^{10}/_{45}×^{42}/_{7} ^{10}/_{15}×^{42}/_{21} ^{50}/_{15}×^{42}/_{7} ^{10}/_{75}×^{42}/_{7} ^{10}/_{15}×^{42}/_{35} ^{70}/_{15}×^{42}/_{7} ^{10}/_{15}×^{42}/_{49}

© everydaycalculation.com