Examples of how to multiply decimals and/or fractions (RATIONAL NUMBERS), including negative decimals and fractions - a lesson for 7th grade math.
We also look at a multiplication 0.15 x (-2/5) which includes both a decimal and a fraction. I solve it in two different ways: using fraction multiplication, and then using decimal multiplication. The answers look different, but are equal.
Lastly, I invite the viewers to come up with situations where particular MULTIPLICATIONS would be done in real life. :)
In the 2nd part of this lesson, we tackle DIVISIONS involving fractions and decimals.
Tagged under: Rational Number,Multiplication,Seventh Grade (Grade Level),Mathematics (Field Of Study),Decimal,Fraction (Literature Subject),negative number,pre-algebra
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