Step: 1

We represent 1 whole with a rectangle. Divide it vertically into 7 sections because the denominator of the first fraction is 7.

Step: 2

Again divide the rectangle horizontally into 8 sections because the denominator of the second fraction is 8.

Step: 3

Color any 1 of the vertical sections of the rectangle because the numerator of the first fraction is 1.

Step: 4

Color any 1 of the horizontal sections because the numerator of the second fraction is 1.

Step: 5

The common area of the rectangle, where both the column and the row overlap is encircled. It represents the required product 1 5 6 which is showed in figure 4.

Correct Answer is : Figure 4

Step: 1

We represent 1 whole with a rectangle. Divide it vertically into 8 sections because the denominator of the first fraction is 8.

Step: 2

Again divide the rectangle horizontally into 8 sections because the denominator of the second fraction is 8.

Step: 3

Color any 1 of the vertical sections of the rectangle because the numerator of the first fraction is 1.

Step: 4

Color any 1 of the horizontal sections because the numerator of the second fraction is 1.

Step: 5

The common area of the rectangle, where both the column and the row overlap is encircled. It represents the required product 1 6 4 which is showed in figure 2.

Correct Answer is : Figure 2

Step: 1

We represent 1 whole with a rectangle. Divide it vertically into 9 sections because the denominator of the first fraction is 9.

Step: 2

Again divide the rectangle horizontally into 5 sections because the denominator of the second fraction is 5.

Step: 3

Color any 1 of the vertical sections of the rectangle because the numerator of the first fraction is 1.

Step: 4

Color any 1 of the horizontal sections because the numerator of the second fraction is 1.

Step: 5

The common area of the rectangle, where both the column and the row overlap is encircled. It represents the required product 1 4 5 which is showed in figure 3.

Correct Answer is : Figure 3

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