
math
How do you write the least common multiple that clears an equation of fractions?
asked by Anonymous on May 3, 2011 
Math
Describe two ways to determine the larger of two fractions. A. Compare fractions by writing fractions as mixed numbers B. Compare fractions with the same denominator by comparing the numerators and compare fractions with different denominators by writing
asked by Tina on October 25, 2017 
MATH
HOW DO LEAST COMMON MULTIPLES WORK. IT SAYS THERE IS A PROBLEM TO SOLVE BUT MY MOM AND I CAN'T FIND IT. THEY CIRCLED BOTH 2'S AND 3'S. The least common multiple of 2 and 3 is six. The least common multiple of 12 and 6 is 12. # noun: the smallest multiple
asked by MORGAN on January 2, 2007 
Math
I still do not understand fractions?????? 2/3 + 1/3 + 5/6 = divide all of them first then add them up ???. I am still lost, can someone please help me. Ok. In your earlier question, there was talk of the LCM, the least common multiple. Whenever you add
asked by Andre on March 21, 2007 
Math
Frank teacher was teaching the class about fractions. She posted the fractions 1/7 and 3/9 on the board. Frank was supposed to answer what the least common multiple of the two fractions was. What did he answer? Help
asked by Shane on January 21, 2015 
algebra
how would i find least common multiple of 20, 50 and 3 ? okay well you take the 50 and times it by ever number 50> is it divisbile by 3 NO so not the least common multiple 50x2=100 > is it divisible by 3 NO, so not the least common multiple 50x3=150
asked by cassii on August 10, 2006 
Math
Shelly and Marcom are selling popcorn for their music club. Each of them received a case of popcorn to sell. Shelly has sold 7/8 of her case and Marcon has sold 5/6 of his case. Which of the following explains how to find the portion of popcorn they have
asked by Jerald on November 8, 2012 
Algebra I
**Match each word or phrase w/ its definition** Word Bank: A) least common multiple (LCM) B) repeating decimal C) reciprocals D) dimensional analysis E) terminating decimal F) least common denominator (LCD) G) multiple
asked by Hazel on November 19, 2015 
java
can anyone help me with this? I'm new to java! Write a program that will find the lowest common denominator of two numbers. The user will enter the two denominators, the program will output both the lowest common denominator and the multipliers required
asked by Anonymous on April 7, 2012 
java
Write a program that will find the lowest common denominator of two numbers. The user will enter the two denominators, the program will output both the lowest common denominator and the multipliers required for each fraction. For example, if the user is
asked by tj on April 15, 2012 
Math
Everett is reading a book for his language arts class. He read 1/3 of the book on Saturday, 3/8 of the book on Sunday and 1/4 of the book on Monday. Which procedure can Everett use to find the total fraction of the book he has read? A.Write the equivalent
asked by Jerald on November 8, 2012 
math
Separate the fractions 2/6,2/5,6/13,1/25,7/8and 9/29into two categories: those that can be written as a terminating decimal and those that cannot. Write an explanation of how you made your decisions. b. Form a conjecture about which fractions can be
asked by Anonymous on September 27, 2009 
math 156
Post your response to the following: How are the concepts of the Greatest Common Factors (GCF), divisibility, and Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) used when computing fractions? Provide an example and demonstrate how the concepts are used.
asked by Karen on June 23, 2009 
KUAI HELP!
4/75, 2r/25, r/125 1/x, 2/xy, x/y 1/a, 1/b write fractions as equivalent fractions with the least common denominator
asked by rian on November 6, 2013 
Algebra 1
c. multiplying x/65/8=4 by 6 did not eliminate all the fractions/ What could you have multiplied to get rid of all the fractions? Explain how you got your answer and write the equivelent equation that has no fractions. HELP ME PLEASE!!!!!!! I don't
asked by Kelsie on May 11, 2009 
math
a. Separate the fractions; 2/6, 2/5, 6/13, 1/25, 7/8, and 9/29 into two categories; those that can be written as a terminating decimal and those that cannot. Write an explanation of how you made your decision. b. orm a conjecture about which ractions can
asked by Betty on August 2, 2010 
Chemistry
Can you give me an example of a compound that can make Ba3(PO4)2 even more insoluble than it already is (and can you tell me why, just for my own understanding)? You use the common ion effect which is just an extension of the Le Chatelier's Principle. The
asked by Lacey on February 19, 2007 
Math
I am trying to decide between 2 answers on a vocabulray question. The question is: The ________________ of two or more denominators is the least common denominator. The choices are either simplest form or least common multiple. Would the correct answer be
asked by Brandi on December 5, 2011 
MATH!
Finding Common Demoninators in fractions. 1) 2 4    x^216 x^2+x12 2) x3 x+3  +  x^2+2x8 x^2+7x+12 Can ANYONE help me with these. I cant figure out how to get the DEMONINATORS THE SAME!? Use brackets to write these kind of fractions, the
asked by megan on April 1, 2007 
algebra !
i need help on adding and subtacting rational numbers like 7over12+5 over 6 When adding rational numbers we need a common denominator. We have 7/12 + 5/6 What is the least common multiple of 12 and 6? After you find that make sure both fractions are
asked by makhissa on September 19, 2006 
math
1. What is the greatest common factor of: 2x2x5x7x7 2x5x5x7x7 a. 2x5 b. 2x5x7 c. 2x5x7x7 d. 2x2x5x5x7x7 e. 2x2x2x5x5x5x7x7x7x7 2. What is the least common multiple of: 3x3x5x5x5x7 2x3x5x5x7x7 a. 2 b. 5x5x7 c. 3x3x5x5x5x7 d. 2x3x3x5x5x5x7x7 e.
asked by Tomas on October 6, 2013 
Math
If a square of x multiple cm multiple x multiple cm is removed from the corner of 20cm multiple 20cm paper, write down an equation which will represent the volume of the box made from the remaining paper. Please help me please .
asked by Esihle on May 24, 2015 
math
write the pair of the fractions as a pair of fractions with a common denominator : a.) 2/4 and 7/8. b.) 3/10 and 1/2. my answer for the a.) is 16/3228/32. for b.) is 6/2010/20 please let me know is my answers is right or not
asked by Anonymous on January 6, 2014 
math,correction please..
(x)/(x2)  (x+1)/(x) = (8)/(x^22x) I keep getting x = 6 can someone show me how you guys are getting x = 10 The lowest commond denominator is x(x2) x/x *(x)/(x2)  (x+1)/(x) *(x2)/(x2)=(8)/x(x2) multiplying both sides by the common denominator..
asked by jas20 on March 7, 2007 
Math
How would I describe a stepbystep procedure for adding two fractions with different denominators? The first thing you need to do is make the denominators the same. You do this by finding their lowest common multiple. We'll use this as an example:
asked by Bianca on June 21, 2007 
Algebra II
Our current assignment is to find the LCM, Least Common Multiple of two polynomials. I think I'm doing it right but I'm not quite sure. For the first question: 2t^2+t3, 2t^2+5t+3 I have 2t^2+t+3 as the LCM. Is this correct or can somebody step me through
asked by Dave on February 15, 2007 
maths
the third common multiple of two number is 60.find the lowest common multiple of the numbers
asked by mamita on June 20, 2013 
Math
Write the pair of fractions as a pair of fractions with a common denominator 3/10 and 1/2
asked by Tiny on December 6, 2016 
Geometry
Write an equation of a line in slope intercept form that is parallel to y = 3x+6 and passes through the point (10, 2.5). Do not use spaces and enter fractions as improper reduced fractions when needed.
asked by KIm on July 12, 2012 
math
Write a pair of fractions with common denominators?
asked by cass on March 8, 2017 
Math/Fractions
I have this fraction: 6 2/9 + 1 3/4  3 5/6= Okay First I changed the mixed numbers into improper fractions. I got this: 56/9 + 7/4 + 23/6 Then I thought you have to find the least common denominator, which for 9,4, and 6 would be 36. Then I muliplied the
asked by Mary Mac on May 9, 2008 
Math
I have 2 questions that I need help with if someone could please help me step by step to figure out how to do this equation it would be very helpful. Thank you 1. Suppose y varies directly with x and, y=15 and x=5. Write a direct variation equation that
asked by Anonymous on November 29, 2016 
Math
1. Find the slope of the line that passes through the points (1, 2), (0, 5). 2. Suppose y varies directly with x, and y = 15 and x = 5. Write a direct variation equation that relates x and y. What is the value of y when x = 9? 3. Write an equation in
asked by PicturesDon'tChangeThePeopleInsideOfThemDo on December 13, 2017 
Math
How do I get the common multiple of 12, 20, and 35? I am not sure I understand the process. I have 18 toy vans I give7 to lexiev. and 2 to kaitlynne how many do I stil have The common multiple is the number that can be divided evenly by all three numbers.
asked by Anonymous on June 9, 2007 
math 116
Is it always necessary to have a common denominator to add and subtract fractions? Why? What about multiplication and division with fractions?
asked by Rosetta on March 24, 2008 
Math / Fractions
I have 3 mixed fractions 2 1/4 , 1 1/2 , 3 5/8 Now I already turned them into improper fractions. 9/4 , 3/2 , 29/8 But I'm a little confused on how to get the common denominator.. Is it 8? or do I multiply their factors?
asked by Slave on January 2, 2016 
5th grade math
rewrite each pair of fractions as equivalent fractions with a common denominator? 2/3, 3/4
asked by Alexia on January 9, 2012 
Algebra
Could someone tell me what I am doing right or wrong? Problem Two: 5/9 + (2/9)x = 25/7 + (6/7)x – 2/3 Like signs are not collected at the beginning. This would make the equation unequal. To make both sides equal we first multiply all sides by nine and
asked by Aria on April 29, 2011 
math
i need some to explain how to turn 1.05 into a fraction Do you know how to add fractions? 1 + 0.05 equals 1.05. So if you can convert 1 to a fraction and 0.05 to a fraction, you can add the two fractions together. Your answer is 1.05 as a fraction.
asked by Tammy Evert on July 19, 2006 
math
what is the least common denominator? It is the smallest number into which all of the denominators in a series of fractions can be evenly divided. For instance, is you have fractions 1/2, 2/3 and 5/6, the denominators are 2, 3 and 6, and the least common
asked by megan on August 1, 2006 
Binomial
Help me on this one :( Express y= (73xx^2)/[((1x)^2)(2+x)] in partial fractions. Hence, prove that if x^3 and higher powers of x may be neglected, then y=(1/8)(28+30x+41x^2) I did the first part of expressing it in partial fractions. (Since it's very
asked by Keira on March 3, 2010 
maths
Can someone please help me with solving this equation (I don't know how to do it with the fractions) 1/3 x1^2/3 . x2^2/3  2/3 x1^1/3 . x2^1/3 how do I cancel out some of the terms and reduce it down so that Im left with x2 on top and
asked by needhelpplease on June 2, 2007 
Math
Could someone check over these for me? Thank you soooooooo much! 1.Maria earns $14/hr. Last week she worked 7 hour days for 4 days. What was her gross pay? $392 2.Arrange the given fractions from smallest to largest. 3/10,1/9,1/12 1/12,3/10,1/9 3.write the
asked by deedee on October 22, 2008 
Math
I still do not understand Today was my first day learning how to add 3 sets of fractions with different denominators and I did not get it. I need help with the following please. 1/8 + 1/2 + 3/4 = Waht is the LCM? Answer 8. So convert all the other
asked by Andre on March 21, 2007 
Math
List the common multiples from 1 to 100 for each pair of numbers. Then find the least common multiple for each pair. 8 and 12, 3 and 15, 7 and 11, 9 and 10, 24 and 36, 20 and 25, 42 and 14, 30 and 12 Then find pairs of numbers for which the least common
asked by Gracie on September 18, 2012 
Math
write an equivalent equation that does not contain fractions then solve the equation 2/3x + 1 = 1/2
asked by Avis on February 5, 2017 
math
I forgot how to add and subtract mixed # fractions. How do you do it? ex) 3/7+5/6=1 11/42 How did they get this answer?? ex) 5 6/132 8/13=2 11/13 How did they get this answer?? ex) 3/7+5/6=1 11/42 You need to find a common denominator when adding or
asked by Mack on June 26, 2007 
Fraction
So I have figured this out but I don't think this is the way I am suppose to write the equation fraction out. 8 1/2 years ago, Steven was 7 years old. How old is he now? Do I write it out like this 8/1 + 1/2 + 7/1 ??? But it comes out too high of a number.
asked by Moby on December 13, 2012 
Math 7 grade
So this is the question The number 108 is the LCM(least common multiple) of 36 and 54.list the multiple of 36 and 54.Explain your reasoning.Plisite help me whit this is actually my homework for tomorrow plis help
asked by Lexia on September 14, 2016 
math
Arrange the fractions in order from smallest to largest. , , , 5/8,3/4,9/16,7/8 Add. Write the answer in lowest terms. 3 2/7 + 5 3/7 Subtract. Write the answer in lowest terms. 6 4/5  2 1/5 Evaluate. Write the answer in lowest terms. 8/154/15+1/15 Add.
asked by sw on March 26, 2009 
Math
Can someone help me with this problem? A) Separate the fractions 2/6, 2/5, 6/13, 1/25, 7/8, and 9/29 into two categories: those that can be written as a terminating decimal and those of nonterminating. Write an explanation of how you made your decision.
asked by B.B. on July 11, 2009 
Calc II
Perform long division on the integrand, write the proper fraction as a sum of partial fractions, and evaluate the integral: (integral of) 2y^4dy/y^3  y^2 + y  1 After long divison I get: (integral of)2ydy + 2(integral of)dy + (integral of) 2/y^3  y^2 +
asked by Jenna on December 6, 2009 
math
How do I write an equivalent equation that does not contain fractions for 1/2 x 5 = 1/3
asked by Logan on December 6, 2014 
Algebra
I have a few more questions that I either need help with or just need checking. Is the algebraic expression a polynomial? if it is write the polynomial in standard form, 1. 6x9+8x^2 I got Yes; 8x^2+6x9 Perform the indicated operations. Write the
asked by Soly on August 13, 2007 
Elementary Math
A student asks about the relation between least common multiple and least common denominator. How do yourespond?
asked by carrie on August 17, 2009 
Math
Two numbers Their greatest common factor is 3. Their least common multiple is 90. How many answers are possible? Explain.
asked by Maya on December 19, 2014 
math
just want to chack my answers: 1. Find the least common multiple of 3, 6, and 9. A36? 2.Add. Write the answer in simplest form.3/11+9/11+1/11= 1 2/11? 3.Four buttons have diameters of 5/8,3/4 ,9/16 ,7/8 and inches. Which button is smallest? A~9/16?
asked by A~ on September 19, 2009 
Math
How do you write an equation with two fractions into standard form? (2/5)x + (1/3)y  2=0
asked by Lauren on August 28, 2018 
subtracting fractions
4/52/3=? Find the least common denominator of 5 and 3 so that you can convert the two fractions to fractions that have the same denominator, then you can subtract them. Repost if you still have trouble.
asked by cassie on January 3, 2007 
math
Test these conjectures. Give three examples. Explain if the conjecture is correct or incorrect. 1. If a number is divisible by 4, it is always an even number._________________________________ 2. All multiples of 5 have a 5 in the ones
asked by lizzy on November 28, 2011 
math
I don not understand how to do least common mutiples. Can I please get some help. I need to find the least common multiple of 420 and 196. there is a real neat way to do this which works for the LCM of any number of numerals. 420 196  divide each
asked by missy on April 18, 2007 
math
use the changeofbase formula to write the given logarithm as a multiple of a common logarithm. In 5
asked by Hannah on July 26, 2009 
basic math
In my book A bread piece calls for 3 1/4 cups of flour if you only have 2 1/8 cup. How much more flour is needed? 3 1/4 2 1/8= 13/4  17/9 how does it equal 13/4 can someone show me that part? I thought I knew how to subtract fractions but I don't get it.
asked by chrissy on August 6, 2007 
math
Joe works on an assembly line that fills boxes with various toy trinkets. Every sixth box gets a red ball and every eighth box gets a blue whistle. How often does a box get both a red ball and a blue whistle? Hint least common multiple Can someone please
asked by Kati on August 17, 2015 
MATH
How do you write fractions in simplest form? for example I need explanation 48/66 Also I started on another one it states that I have to multiply. and I have to be sure to simplify each product 7/9 x 3/5 My answer: 21/45 I just don't know what goes after
asked by jasmine20 on December 4, 2006 
math help
How do you figure out a related sentence for fractions? (here is the problem) t + 1/8= 3/5 multipy the 1/8 by 5/5 or it is 5/40 Then, mulipy the 3/5 by 8/8 to 24/40 Finally subtract 5/40 from both sides. Think out why it is done this way. What do you mean
asked by Emily on February 13, 2007 
5th grade math
what is the least common multiple The least common multiple is the lowest possible number that has both numbers for a factor. For instance, if you are asked to find the LCM for 4 and 8, the LCM would be 8 because it is divisible by both 4 and 8. If you
asked by leo on October 5, 2006 
math
take the fractions below, write them in their simplest form, then come up with three equivalent fractions for each: A. 88/100 B. 24/30 C. 55/88
asked by alandra on May 22, 2012 
Math
could you tell me three equivalent fractions for each: 2/3 8/16 4/10 3/4 Just multiply or divide by a common number. For example, 2/3 = 4/6 = 6/9 = 8/12 = 10/15 8/16 = 4/8 = 1/2 etc. Just multiply each fraction by 3 different numbers. For example
asked by Ann on November 28, 2006 
probability  confused
A fair, sixsided die is rolled eight times, to form an eightdigit number. What is the probability that the resulting number is a multiple of 8? Express your answer as a common fraction. I think the last 3 digits have to be divisible by 8 to be a multiple
asked by confused on November 20, 2012 
probability please help!!
A fair, sixsided die is rolled eight times, to form an eightdigit number. What is the probability that the resulting number is a multiple of 8? Express your answer as a common fraction. I think the last 3 digits have to be divisible by 8 to be a multiple
asked by confused on November 20, 2012 
math
5/10+12/16+(15/204/16) Well you need to solve in the parentheses first, by making them common denominators. (15/20  4/16)=(60/80  20/80) Then subtract. (40/80) then simplify. (1/2) Next make all the fractions with common denominators. 5/10 + 12/16 +
asked by pari on April 16, 2007 
Math Fractions
Posted by Mary Mac on Friday, May 9, 2008 at 10:01am. I have this fraction: 6 2/9 + 1 3/4  3 5/6= Okay First I changed the mixed numbers into improper fractions. I got this: 56/9 + 7/4 + 23/6 Then I thought you have to find the least common denominator,
asked by Mary Mac on May 9, 2008 
Math (PreCalc)
If any body could help me figure out these problems. I would love to know how to do it, and not just get an answer, however if you don't have the time to explain it to me, then the answer will suffice. 6. (1 pt) Solve the following equation in the interval
asked by Bryan on November 30, 2007 
Math
Solve the given equation in the interval [0,2 pi]. Note: The answer must be written as a multiple of pi. Give exact answers. Do not use decimal numbers. The answer must an integer or a fraction. Note that pi is already provided with the answer so you just
asked by Bryan on November 30, 2007 
Math
What are Fractions? Numbers equal to one integer divided by another integer. Integers are whole numbers, like 1, 2, 3 etc. Fractions are numbers like 2/3. These numbers are solutions of equations that don't always have a solution in terms of integers. The
asked by Rano on December 29, 2006 
Math Fractions
What is the first step to adding multiple fractions (3) with differenct denominators?
asked by Angie on July 8, 2009 
Math
You think you can explain this to me and easiest way possible. Fractions frighten me. b +(7)/(8)>=(1)/(6) I know I am suppose to get B by itself right? But when I do that do I multiple 7/8(1/6)?
asked by Josh @Reiny on March 6, 2019 
Algebra
Thank you Christina.. I am taking Algebra online...something I would never recommend....How would I write the equation of the line passing through (6,37) and (1,12)? the most common way is to use y=mx + b where m is the slope and b is the yintercept so
asked by Misty on July 27, 2007 
quick question regarding equations
I know there are methods out there but what do you think is the best or easiest method(s) of solving a system of equations. Depends on the coefficients of the equation. If in one of the equations I can solve for one of the variables without having to
asked by Shawn on August 14, 2007 
Intermediate Algebra
Write an equation of the line containing the given point and perpendicular to the given line. (0,4);5x+9y=4 The equation of the line is y=__? (Simplify your answer. Use integers or fractions for any number in the expression)
asked by Student5 on February 12, 2014 
math problem check
would some one please see if I am correct with these problems 1.Add. write the answer in simpliest form. 3/11 + 9/11 + 1/11= 13/11= 1 1/2 2. Subtract write the answer in lowest term. 19/24  7/24= 12/24 = 1/2 3. Victor owned 9/10 of a family business he
asked by carrie on January 6, 2007 
Math
32,48,72,108...Arithmetic or geometric I think it is arithmetic Then Find common difference or ratio multiple of 12? What are the next 3 terms 120,132,144 What is the "zero" term 12 not sure what this means though What is the equation? 12n * n
asked by Tyler on February 9, 2016 
math fractions
ordering fractions 1/2,7/8,9/10,1/3,3/5,1/4 write the above fractions in order.
asked by arjel on January 10, 2011 
math
how you multoply 5 2/7 x 5/8 x 3 1/2 write the answer in simplest form First of all you have to change all mixed fractions to improper fractions, mixed fractions are useless in calculations. Then multiply your numerators together and multiply your
asked by carmen on March 12, 2007 
math 156
how are concepts of the greatest common factors divisibility, and lowest common multiple used when computing fractors? provide an example and demonstrate how the concepts are used.
asked by christie on June 23, 2009 
algebra 1
need help on where to go next. **(i need help with the numbers i've chosen how do I make them into fractions since in E it says find the least common denominator)**** John, Rick, and Molli paint a room together. a. Pick a reasonable amount of time in which
asked by NSYNC on May 5, 2018 
Math
Hello, im in 6th grade and im trying to find out the least common multiple of a number and the greatest common factor of a number. I don't know what they are. thanks
asked by Lexi on August 28, 2011 
math
Hello, and thank you in advance for your help! I'm writing on behalf of my daughter in 6th grade, who was crying last night about a project that's due tomorrow (Wednesday). For Math, she's supposed to choose her favorite number (16) and create a "project"
asked by Deb on September 25, 2007 
math
Write a story problem that can be solved using the equation 3/4 x 36 = n I know the answer but I don't know how to write a story problem to go with it... I saw a question similar to this but it had two fractions and confused me...
asked by Sara on July 10, 2012 
Algebra
sorry clicked wrong button. solve: 9 1=x11 ____ _____ x5 x+5 these are supposed to be fractions Your equation is illegible, and can be interpreted too many ways. Try writing it on a single line, using parentheses for clarity and / for fractions
asked by Daniela on October 29, 2006 
Algebra 2
Write an equation for the nth term of the geometric sequence: 12,4,4/3 I had a_n=12(3)^(n1) but that is not a choice on the multiple answers they have = 12(1/3)^(n1) = 12(1/3)^(n1) = 12(1/3)^(n+1) = 12 (1/3)^(n1)
asked by Chelsey on November 17, 2007 
chemistry
Can some one please balance this equation for me Fe + O2> Fe2O3. Fe + O2 ==> Fe2O3. Here is the way to balance these equations by inspection, meaning, by trial and error. Rule #1. You may not change any subscripts. Equations are balanced by changing
asked by Biggy Smalls on April 30, 2007 
bobPursley2...the other one
Problem 2: (x+2)/(2x^2+5x+2)  (x3)/(2x^25x3) What I did: 2x^2+5x+2 factors are (2x+1)(x+2) 2x^25x3 factors are (2x+1)(x3) Then: (x+2)/(2x+1)(x+2)  (x3)/(2x+1)x3) So the common denominator is (2x+1)(x+2)(x3) using that combine the fractions. I
asked by Margie on March 4, 2007 
Prealgebra
I don't understand this. Can you do some examples? One student had the following way of dividing fractions. First the student renamed the two fractions with a common denominator. Then the student ignored the denominators and just divided the numerators to
asked by Alex on April 15, 2008 
math
find two fractions with a sum that is greater than 1.6 but less than 1.9. write your fractions in simplest form and compute their exact sum.
asked by nita on January 14, 2013 
fraction help algebra
Write the equation passing through the points (9, 6 ) and (1, 5). The worksheet has multiple choice, so I know y intercept is either 39/10 or 39/10. I have 11/10x plus b then 11 (1) is 11 10(1) is 10 Then 5 plus 11/10 I change 5 to 15/10 but I'm
asked by Elisa on September 26, 2009 
math
1. Find the LCD of 3/5 and 1/6. a. 5 b. 6 c. 11 d. 30 2 Add the fractions and write your answer in lowest terms. 2/5 + 1/9 a. 1/15 b. 23/45 c. 3/14 d. 19/45 3. Subtract the fractions and write your answer in lowest terms. 4/5  3/8 a. 1/40 b. 1 7/40 c.
asked by Nyla on August 29, 2012 
math
What is the least common denominator for the fractions 5/27 and 5/36 ?
asked by noah on January 2, 2013 
math
What is the least common denominator for the fractions and ? A. 14 B. 18 C. 24 D. 48
asked by Anonymous on March 26, 2015
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