How To Reduce Before Multiplying Fractions
This is a student post by Jenelle and Elaina.
We learned about the new app, Educreations. It lets you make a screencast while you draw on the screen. We want to show you how to reduce fractions before multiplying. We think this is a good strategy to use.
We hope you enjoy learning how to reduce before you multiply fractions!
Have you used Educreations or made a screencast before?
What would you make a screencast about?
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