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Q: What is a common denominator for two thirds and five sixes?

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Yes, two thirds is equivelant to four sixths.

A common denominator, though not the least one, is 110.

Denominator of seven eights, ie of fifty six is 1. The denominator of five sixths is 6 so the common denominator is 6.

The least common denominator of three fourths and five sixths is twelve.

The least common denominator of five sixths and one fourth is: 12.

Since five, two, and three are all prime, the lowest common denominator is 30 or 2 * 3 * 5.

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210

420

Well 2 and 3 thirds is actually 3, because 3 thirds is 1. 3 plus five eights is 3 and five eighths. You can convert this into an improper fraction by multiplying the denominator (8) by the whole number (3) then adding the numerator (5). 8 x 3 +5 and putting this number above the denominator. So 3 and 5/8 is equal to 29/8.

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24

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12, i think

The LCD of 5/8 and 5/6 is 24.

Divide the integer part by the denominator, and add the numerator. Put the result over the denominator. Example: 5 2/3 (five and two-thirds): multiply 5 x 3, add 2. Result is 17. Now put 17 over the original denominator, and you get 17/3.

the answer is five

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18...i guess :P

Each time, you add one to the numerator and one to the denominator.

12 & 24

The numerator is 5 (five) and the denominator is 12 (twelve).

Forty divided by five thirds = 24/1 or 24

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