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1^{st} number: 5 0/2, 2^{nd} number: 6/10

This multiplication involving fractions can also be rephrased as "What is 10/2 of 6/10?"

102 × 610 is 31.

- Simply multiply the numerators and denominators separately:
- 102 × 610 = 10 × 62 × 10 = 6020
- After reducing the fraction, the answer is 31

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