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Multiply Mixed Numbers (Grade 5)

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Videos, examples, solutions, and lessons to help Grade 5 students learn to solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers, e.g., by using visual fraction models or equations to represent the problem.

Common Core: 5.NF.6

Suggested Learning Targets

  • I can solve problems that multiply fractions and mixed numbers.
  • I can explain or illustrate my solution using fraction models or equations.
Multiply mixed numbers using pictures - 5.NF.6

5.NF.6 - Multiply Mixed Numbers (Area Model)
This video explains how to multiply mixed numbers using the area model.

Multiplying a Mixed Number by a Mixed Number using an Area Model 5.NF.6 - Multiply Mixed Numbers (Distributive Property)
This video explains how to multiply mixed numbers using the distributive property and the meaning of mixed numbers. It uses equations to represent the problem , as is called for in the Common Core Math Standards of 5.NF.6. Multiplying Mixed Numbers Using the Distributive Property 5.NF.6 - Multiply Mixed Numbers (Writing as Fractions)
This video shows how to multiply mixed numbers by first writing them as fractions and then multiplying fractions. This is actually an effective method, known as a "smart" cut, provided you have fluency with multiplying and dividing multi-digit numbers. Two strategies to multiply a fraction by a mixed number
The area model and the multiplication smartcut. Multiplying Mixed numbers by converting to improper fractions Multiplying Mixed Numbers
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