Q: What is the lowest common denominator for three quarters and two thirds?

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the lowest common denominator (LCD) is 12

By finding the lowest common denominator and doing the math.

12 is a common denominator.

6 the lowest common denominator is the least common multiple of the denominators after both fractions have been simplified as far as possible. 3/6 can be simplified as 1/2. 2/3 cannot be simplified any further. The LCM of 3 and 2 is 6, so the lowest common denominator is 6.

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

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It is: 12

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A single number cannot have a common denominator. Commonmeans that it refers to two or more numbers.

2/3 and 3/4 Least Common Denominator is 12

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to solve, the lowest common denominator is 24 7/8 -2/3 = 21/24 - 16/24 = 5/24

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You need at least two things to find something in common between them.

Answer: You can use a calculator Answer: You must convert to a common denominator - just as when you add fractions. In this case, the common denominator is 6.

It is: 2/3 because the numerator is less than the denominator

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That answer doesn't give your answer in the form of a fraction, which is what you need. When adding fractions such as these (where the denominator or bottom number is different from the fraction you are adding to. First find the lowest common denominator, which is the lowest number that your two denominators can multply into (in this case that number is 12) in the equation 3/4 + 2/3 just multiply the bottom numbers (denominators) to get the LCD (lowest common denominator) of /12 + /12. Then to get the numerators you just need to cross multiply the numerator of each to the denominator of the other such as 3x3+9 and then 4 x 2= 8. So u get (9/12 + 8/12 + 17/12) which is an improper fraction, that is properly expressed as 1 5/12 .

15 and two thirds plus four fifths = one two fiftenth

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

The least common denominator for those fractions is 60.

it isn't in quarters instead its in thirds

Add the integer part first: 7 + 5. Then, add the fraction separately. For this, you'll have to find a common denominator, and convert the fractions to this common denominator.

The LCD for 3/4 and 2/3 is 12.

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