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When multiplying fractions, you must reduce the fractions first before multiplying. You cannot multiply first and reduce later. A. True B. False
When multiplying fractions, you must reduce the fractions first before multiplying. You cannot multiply first and reduce later. FALSE. You multiply the numerators and then the denominator and reduce the fraction if needed. [ ]
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