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Q: Least common Denominator 3 and 15?

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The Least Common Multiple of 3 and 5 is 15, which would be the denominator to use for fractions with the denominators 3 and 5.

45

15

It is: 45

60 is the least common denominator of 3 4 5 6 10 and 15.

45

15

The least common denominator of 3 and 13 is 39.

the least common denominator would be 15. 1/5 would be 3/15 and 2/15 would stay the same..2/15. you take the denominator and multiply it by what to get 15........????........ answer: 3. so you also would multiply the numinator by 3 then take the second one. you multiply the denominator by 1 to get 15 so you do the same with thge numerator. the common denominator is 15 but to get them to fractions with the same denominators you would do that.

The least common denominator is 3x.

30

The least common denominator of 3, 5, and 10 is 30

The LCD of 3,5 and 15 is 15 because they can all go into 15!

There is none because the Least Common Denominator (or LCD) is the Least Common Multiple (LCM) of the denominators of a pair of fractions. If those numbers are denominators, the LCD is 15.

15

What is the least denominator of 2 and 3

75 (3 x 25, 15 x 5, 25 x 3)

The Least Common Denominator of 3/4 and 7/8 is 8.

No, it's the Greatest Common Factor. LCM is 135

It will be 15

The LCD of 4/5 and 1/3 is 15.

There is none. A least common denominator is to be found between or among fractions. 3 and 7 are not fractions.

A common denominator, though the least, is 240.

A common denominator, though not the least, is 30.