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The common denominator of any two or more whole numbers, such as 14 and 84, will always be one (1) because common denominators refers to the denominators of two or more fractions or mixed numbers, not whole numbers. So, a set of whole numbers such as 14 and 84 (x,x) would have to be converted to their fraction equivalents, i.e., 14/1 and 84/1, which will always yield a denominator of 1.

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