To find the product of multiplying fractions, you have to do the following:
Lets say the question is 1/4 x 1/3.
It is as simple as this. Multiply numerator x numerator, and denominator x denominator.
So the answer would be 2/12.
Reduced to 1/6. Its that simple.
If it was a fraction x a whole number then all you have to do is put a 1 under the whole number.
Lets say it was 4 x 1/4 .
So we change it to 4/1 x 1/4.
And the answer to that would be 1.
Multiplying with Mixed Numbers:
If the question is 2 1/3 x 3 1/4 we turn them into improper fractions.
So, 7/3 x 13/4.
Then simply again we multiply numerator x numerator and denominator x denominator.
13 x 7 = 91, and 3 x 4 = 12.
The answer is 91/12 reduced to 7 1/2.