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Multiplying fractions

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Description:  Teaching multiplication of fractions to students with learning disabilities
Level:  Late Elem. (3-5)
Math topic:  Arithmetic/Early Math, Multiplication, Fractions/Decimals/Percents
Ed. topic:  Disabled/Challenged, Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
13 Mar 01   Multiplying fractions by D Lee
13 Mar 01   Re: Multiplying fractions by Ron
13 Mar 01   Re: Multiplying fractions by Gail
13 Mar 01   Re: Multiplying fractions by Jeanne
14 Mar 01   Re: Multiplying fractions by Gail
27 Mar 01   Re: Multiplying fractions by Suzanne

Public Discussion
22 Jul 01   Illinois State University student by Jessie
23 Jul 03   Multiplying fractions by Solomon
28 Sep 03   How to multipy whole number by fractions by Mark Bower
28 Sep 03        Re: How to multipy whole number by fractions by Loyd
01 Jan 05        Re: How to multipy whole number by fractions by ya
09 Jun 04   fraction by shyla
09 Dec 04   Help by Dietra Gibson
19 Jul 05   explain why we multipy to find the half of a recipe by Debra
19 Jul 05   explain why we multipy to find the half of a recipe by Debra
12 Jun 06   Explaining Multiplying Fractions by Sandy
13 Jun 06        Re: Explaining Multiplying Fractions by OP
29 Sep 06   multiplying fractions by OP
11 Dec 07        Re: multiplying fractions by mary
11 Dec 07        Re: multiplying fractions by mary
27 Oct 06   multiplying fractions by john
28 Feb 07   fraction by fathmath shazna
06 Jul 08        Re: fraction by ari-free
06 Jul 08            Re: Re: fraction by ari-free
06 Jul 08                Re: Re: Re: fraction by ari-free

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