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Q: What is the LCD of 15 7 and 8?

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The least common denominator (LCD) is 1.

56 is the lcd of 8 and 7. You can get this by multiplying 8x7. 8 and 7 have no common factors; that is why you multiply the two numbers to get the lcd.

The LCD of x, 5, 7, 15 is 105x.

LCD(7, 8, 2) = 56.

LCD(8, 15) = 120

LCD is 24

7 is prime, and 15 is not a multiple of it, so the answer is 1. ■

LCM(15, 5, 8) = 120

It is done by: 7*8 = 56

The actual answer is 7/8.

105

56

105

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120

120

120

15

The LCD is 56. The two have no common factors, so the LCD is their product, 7 x 8 =56

LCD(8, 21, 7) = 168.

LCD(10, 8, 7) = 280.

280

168

168

280