How do you multiply fractions with different denominators? Is it different than adding fractions with different denominators?
To multiply fractions with mixed denominators, you multiply across the top to get your numerator, and across the bottom to get your denominator. Easy as pie! Adding, however, is a bit more difficult. If the fractions have different denominators, you must convert them into the same number. This may be done by multiplying the top and bottom by the same number (which doesn't change the overall fraction value!), to thus have the same denominator. Then, to add fractions, you keep the denominator the same and add the numerators!
What is the best way to create a successful study schedule?
Take into account reality. Instead of creating a fantasy world in which you do not need to sleep, eat, be with friends, exercise or transition, understand your natural limits. Create a practical, doable, reliable routine and stick to it until it becomes habits. Human habits take far less willpower — if you know where you need to be at a given time, you do not have to draw on your daily stores of willpower! Tips, strategies and plans like these are how I got to an Ivy League, and I can help you design a schedule around your needs that is doable. Consider me your study and accountability coach.