Step 1: Cancel out common factors
Start by cancelling out the common factors shared by the numerator and the denominator. For example if we want to multiply 3a/(5b^2 ) and (25b^3)/(27a^4 ).
Step 2: Multiply the remaining factors
Find the product my multiplying the remaining factors:
Examples of how to multiply algebraic fractions
Q1) What is the product of 11xy/25 and 5y/(22x^3 )?
Look for the common factors shared by the numerator and denominator and cancel out common factors.
Multiply the remaining factors to find the product.