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Can someone please tell to how to multiply two improper fractions to get a whole number product? :/​

1. To multiply two improper fractions and get a whole number product, you will need to first convert the fractions to mixed numbers. To do this, divide the numerator by the denominator and the remainder will be the numerator of the fractional part of the mixed number. The quotient will be the whole number part of the mixed number.
Once you have the two mixed numbers, you can multiply them together. To do this, multiply the whole number parts together and then multiply the fractional parts together. Then add the two products together to get the final product.
For example, if you wanted to multiply 3/4 and 5/6, you would first convert them to mixed numbers. 3/4 would be 0 3/4 and 5/6 would be 0 5/6. Then you would multiply the whole number parts together (0 x 0 = 0) and the fractional parts together (3/4 x 5/6 = 15/24). Finally, you would add the two products together (0 + 15/24 = 15/24). So the product of 3/4 and 5/6 is 15/24.
If the product of the two fractions is a whole number, then the fractional part of the product will be 0. For example, if you multiplied 2/3 and 3/3, the product would be 6/3, which is equal to 2.
Hopefully this helps you understand how to multiply two improper fractions to get a whole number product.

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