Students have always used multiplication charts to help them figure out and remember those tricky multiplication facts. But this static chart may be a bit more flexible than you think. The video below demonstrates how to use a standard multiplication grid to reduce fractions. This quick technique is easy to teach and your students will think it’s magic.
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