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Multiply 56/6 with 4/15

1st number: 9 2/6, 2nd number: 4/15

This multiplication involving fractions can also be rephrased as "What is 56/6 of 4/15?"

56/6 × 4/15 is 112/45.

Steps for multiplying fractions

  1. Simply multiply the numerators and denominators separately:
  2. 56/6 × 4/15 = 56 × 4/6 × 15 = 224/90
  3. After reducing the fraction, the answer is 112/45
  4. In mixed form: 222/45

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