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Multiplication of fractions 3/8, 49/3, 6/1

Find the multiplication of 3 fractions 3/8, 49/3, 6/1 i.e. 36.75 and its reduced form taking the help of our Multiplying 3 Fractions Calculator.


Detailed Solution for multiplication of fractions 3/8, 49/3, 6/1

Given fractions are3/8x 49/3x 6/1

Multiplication of numerators = 3 x 49 x 6 = 882

Multiplication of denominators = 8 x 3 x 1 = 24

Final product = 882/24 = 36.75

3/8x 49/3x 6/1= 36.75

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FAQs on Multiplication Fractions of 3/8, 49/3, 6/1

1. How do you multiply fractions 3/8, 49/3, 6/1?

Multiply the numerators of 3/8, 49/3, 6/1 to get the numerator and the denominators of the fractions too to obtain the denominator.

2. What is the multiplication of 3/8, 49/3, 6/1?

Multiplication of 3/8, 49/3, 6/1 is 36.75 .

3. How do you multiply fractions 3/8, 49/3, 6/1 on a calculator?

You can multiply fractions 3/8, 49/3, 6/1 on the calculator by simply placing the " *" symbol in between the fractions and then click on the enter symbol to obtain the product of fractions.