The greater common denominator of any two or more whole numbers, such as 13 and 41, will always be one (1) because 'common denominator' refers to the denominators of two or more fractions or mixed numbers, not whole numbers. So, a set of whole numbers (x,x) would have to be converted to their fraction equivalents, i.e., x/1, which will always yield a denominator of 1.
LCD(41, 24) = 984
The Lcm of 13 and 41 is 13 x 41 = 533.
LCD(97, 41, 6) = 23862
GCF = inf for all real numbers Greatest common denominator however is 1 because 41 is prime.
You must first find the common denominator and then multiply each fraction by a fraction that will make both denominators the same. In this case, the common denominator is 40. Refer to the related link for more information.13/8 - 3/5 =(5/5)(13/8) - (8/8)(3/5) =65/40 - 24/40 =41/40
Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 15, 195/615 is equal to 13/41 or thirty forty-firsts.
Since both 13 and 41 are prime, the only common positive integer that is shared by the two numbers is 1.
To add mixed numbers you first convert them into improper fractions and then get the common denominator out and cross multiply and add the numerators and put the whole thing over the denominator. Sounds confusing? Here's an example: 1 1/2 + 2 3/5. First step: convert So 1 1/2 is the same as 3/2 and 2 3/5 is the same as 13/5, so we have 3/2 + 13/5 Second step: common denominator The easy way to do this is to multiply the denominators together, so you you do 2 times 5 = 10, which is the common denominator Third step: cross multiply This is fairly straightforward, you have 3/2 + 13/5, so you do 3(numerator) times 5(denominator) + 13(numerator) times 2(denominator) so you achieve the result 15 + 26 = 41, so this is the numerator End: So all you do is put the numerator over the denominator so you have 41 over 10 which is the same as 4 1/10
The LCM is: 54,366