Q: What is the common denominator of 5 divided by two thirds?

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The lowest common denominator would be twelve!

The common denominator of 2/3 and 5*6 is 3.

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It is: 12

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the lowest common denominator (LCD) is 12

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Convert to a common denominator (in this case 12), then do the subtraction.

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