# 7.NS.A.2 Lesson Plans

Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division and of fractions to multiply and divide rational numbers.

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#### Standard Description of 7.NS.A.2

Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division and of fractions to multiply and divide rational numbers.

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## TOPICS RELATED TO RATIONAL NUMBERS, MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION

### What is the rule for dividing rational numbers?

Divide rational numbers. 1) if the numbers have the equal signs and symptoms then the quotient is positive. 2) if the numbers have special symptoms then the quotient is bad. while dividing two bad numbers, the quotient is superb.

### What is division rational number?

Division of rational numbers. to analyze division of rational numbers let us don't forget the way to divide a fraction by using another fraction. ... divisor: the variety which divides the dividend is referred to as the divisor. quotient: whilst dividend is split by way of the divisor, the end result of the department is referred to as the quotient.

### What happens when you multiply 2 rational numbers?

"the product of two rational numbers is rational." So, multiplying two rationals is the same as multiplying two such fractions, as a way to result in every other fraction of this identical form when you consider that integers are closed underneath multiplication. for this reason, multiplying two rational numbers produces some other rational variety.

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