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Can the least common denominator of 4/9 and 13/17 be less than 17? Explain

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    No. The LCD must be at least as large as the largest denominator.

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    the answer is none just for the uter number

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    No

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    No because 17 and 9 can't be divided with the same number to get a smaller denominator.

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