# 7.NS.A.2.C Lesson Plans

Apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide rational numbers.

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

Apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide rational numbers.

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## TOPICS RELATED TO STRATEGIES FOR MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING RATIONAL NUMBERS

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

Rational numbers consist of positive and negative numbers and when multiplyingthose, there are two guidelines which you have to comply with: the identical sign multiplication rule: the made from two fantastic or negative numbers is fantastic. if the symptoms are the equal then the result is fantastic.

### How do you reduce rational numbers?

here's the way to lessen a fragment: Spoil down both the numerator (top range) and denominator (backside variety) into their high elements. for example, suppose you want to reduce the fraction 12/30. ... Move out any common factors. ... Multiply the closing numbers to get the reduced numerator and denominator.

### How do you multiply rational and irrational numbers?

In case you multiply any irrational wide variety via the rational variety 0, the result might be 0, which is rational. every other state of affairs, however, of a rational times an irrational will be irrational. a better declaration might be: "the made from a non-zero rational range and an irrational range is irrational."

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