 # Multiplying 3 Fractions Calculator

Multiplying 3 Fractions (f1 × f2 × f3)
Fractions = Numerators / Denominators
Enter Numerator of Fraction 1

Enter Denominator of Fraction 1

Enter Numerator of Fraction 2

Enter Denominator of Fraction 2

Enter Numerator of Fraction 3

Enter Denominator of Fraction 3 After multiplication and simplification
Numerator =

Denominator =

Multiplying 3 fractions calculator is a simple and free online tool which can compute the product of three fractions easily. In maths, a fraction represents a part of a whole i.e. how many parts of a whole are there. A fraction is represented as “a/b” where “a” is the numerator and “b” is the denominator.

## Steps to Use Multiplying Three Fractions Calculator

This 3 fractions multiplying tool is extremely easy to use. The steps to use this calculator are:

• Step 1: Enter the first fraction in a/b format.
• Step 2: Enter the second fraction
• Step 3: Enter the third fraction.
• Step 4: Click on the “Multiply” button.

After clicking on the “Multiply” button, the tool will give the product of the three fractions in fraction form and in decimal form.

### How to Multiply 3 Fractions?

For multiplying fractions, multiply the numerators and denominators of the given fraction. To multiply any 3 fractions, multiply the three numerators and then multiply the three denominators. After multiplying the numerators and denominators, write them as fractions. This will give the product of 3 fractions in fractional form. To get in decimal form, divide the numerator of the fractional product with its denominator.

For example, consider the fractions ¼ × ⅖ × ⅛.

In this, first multiply all the numerators: 1×2×1 = 2

Similarly, multiply all the denominators: 4×5×8 = 160

Now, the product of the three fractions will be 2/160.

## Frequently Asked Questions on Multiplying 3 Fractions

### What are the types of a fraction?

There are three main types of fractions which are:

• Proper fractions
• Improper fractions
• Mixed fractions

Apart from these three, there are other categories like equivalent fractions, like fractions, unlike fractions, etc.

### Is ⅗ a proper fraction?

Yes, ⅗ is a proper fraction. For a fraction to be proper, the numerator should be smaller than the denominator. For ⅗, 3<5 and so, it is a proper fraction.

### Multiply ⅔ x ½

Multiply the numerators first and then the denominators.

So, ⅔ × ½ = (2×1)/(3×2) = 2/6.