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Q: What is the lowest common denominator for 57 and 24?

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First, convert 2 3/8 into eighths. This gives you 19/8. Then multiply 19/8 X 2/3. This gives you 57/24 times 2/3 (or when finding the common denominator, yields 38/24, or 19/12 when reduced to the lowest denominator possible).

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57 percent = 57% = 57/100 in fraction in lowest term

There is no highest common multiple. Once you get a common multiple - for example, multiplying 18 x 57, or using prime factorization to get the smallest common multiple - you can multiply it by 2, by 3, by 4, etc. and get ever-larger common multiples.

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24 x 57 = 1368

27/57 = 9/19

7/15 = 28/60 19/20 = 57/60

57/76 = 3/4 by dividing the numerator and denominator by hcf which is 19

Least common multiple is the lowest number in which both factors can be multiplied into (I.e. the LCM of 8 and 6 is 24). Greatest common factor is the largest number that can be multiplied into both factors (I.e. the GCM of 9 and 57 would be 3).