Multipying fractions (cancel common factors) quiz will help your students to practice this concept very well. When multiplying fractions, it is often helpful to cancel out any common factors before multiplying the numerators (the top numbers) and denominators (the bottom numbers) together. This can simplify the fraction and make it easier to work with.

For example, if you are multiplying the fractions 3/4 and 2/6, you can first cancel out the common factor of 2 from the numerator and denominator of the second fraction, so it becomes 1/3. Then you can multiply the numerators and denominators separately:

(3/4) * (1/3) = (3 * 1) / (4 * 3) = 3/12.

Canceling out common factors before multiplying can help make the fraction smaller. So in...