Cross Multiplying

Hi everybody,

Here is an example of the cross multiplying strategy.

Today I found out how to work out if a fraction is bigger then another by using THE CROSS MULTIPLYING STRATEGY. I discovered that it was easy because all you need to do is multiply the top number of the first fraction by the bottom number of the second fraction, then you do it the other way around. Now I know that working out the bigger fraction isn’t so hard to do all you need to do is the cross multiplying strategy and then it is all simple to you. Did you think it was hard? Was it fun?  I thought it was a lot of fun, I hope you try it home or school to,

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