LCD = LCD(a, 2b, 3c) = 6abc
The LCD for working with those fractions is 8 (or 1/8)
1/3 and 1/4
If that's 1/8, 2/9, 1/4, the LCD is 72
(1) find the LCD. (2) find the factor that each original denominator needs to be multiplied by to get the LCD. (3) multiply both the numerator and the denominator by that factor.
Find lcd for both fractions = 300, so (4/300) / (75/300), divide numerators = 4/75
1/3 and 3/8 have a lcd of 24 (8/24 and 9/24)
The LCD for these two fractions is 6.
28 in this case.
Fractions don't have LCMs. 1/5 and 1/6 have a least common denominator (LCD) of 30. So do 1/3 and 1/10
The LCD, or Lowest Common Denominator, is the smallest multiple of each of the denominators of a set of fractions. So, assuming that 2, 4 and 5 are denominators of fractions (1/2, 1/4 and 1/5, for example), the LCD would be 20, because 20 is the lowest number that 2, 4 and 5 multiply into. So, your new fractions would be 10/20, 5/20 and 4/20. The purpose of finding the LCD is to allow for multiplying fractions together, or simply comparing them easily.
Adding fractions. 1/5 + 1/2 need a common denominator to add.
You need at least two fractions to find an LCD. If that's 5/7 and 1/2, the LCD is 14.
Three divided by six is 1/2.
The line in a fraction can be read as "divided by." 1/2 is 1 divided by 2. Do the division. 1 divided by 2 = 0.5
the answer is 288. :-)
When the denominators are relatively prime, that is, they have a GCF of 1.
An LCD is a positive integer. But any integer can can be expressed as a fraction : as the same number divided by 1. Or twice the number divided by 2, etc.
You divide fractions by fractions by multiplying by the inverse. For instance, 1/3 divided by 3/4 is the same as 1/3 multiplied by 4/3, which is 4/9.
lcd = lowest common denominator. are these denominators of fractions, if so the lcd (since they have no common factors) is 8x35 = 280 if you mean lowest common divisor then the answer is 1