## To calculate the product of 37 and 910, simply multiply the two numbers together. So, 37 multiplied by 910 equals 33,470.

Now, let's move on to multiplying fractions. To multiply the fractions 3/7 and 9/10, multiply the numerators (the top numbers) together to get the new numerator, and multiply the denominators (the bottom numbers) together to get the new denominator.

3/7 * 9/10 = (3 * 9) / (7 * 10) = 27/70.

Next, let's address multiplying fractions and decimals. I'm assuming you want to practice multiplying fractions with decimals involved. Without specific numbers, it's difficult to provide exact answers, but I can guide you through the process.

To multiply a fraction and a decimal, first convert the decimal into a fraction by placing the decimal value over 1 followed by as many zeros as there are digits after the decimal point. Then, proceed with the same technique mentioned earlier for multiplying fractions.

For example, if you have the fraction 5/6 multiplied by the decimal 1.92, you can convert 1.92 into a fraction.

1.92 can be written as 1.92/1, or any equivalent fraction like 192/100.

Then, multiply the numerator of the original fraction (5) by the numerator of the decimal fraction (192), and multiply the denominators (6 and 100). Reduce or simplify the fraction if possible.

However, without the specific examples you mentioned, it's challenging to provide the accurate answers you're looking for. Make sure to include all the necessary numbers and operations in your question.

Good luck with your practice!