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Q: What is the lowest common denominator for three quarters and five sixths?

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The least common denominator of three fourths and five sixths is twelve.

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.

Denominator of seven eights, ie of fifty six is 1. The denominator of five sixths is 6 so the common denominator is 6.

The least common denominator of five sixths and one fourth is: 12.

No - if the fraction were to have a denominator of 6, then 3/4 would be equal to 4.5/6 or four and a half sixths.

Four sixths. ^^ You see, 6 is the common denominator, so, you work with one half. Now, you have to make 6 the denominator, right? So, you multiply 2 by 3 and 1 also by three, and then you have to add three sixths and one sixths and you get four sixths.

90 is your common denominator.

Four sixths. ^^ You see, 6 is the common denominator, so, you work with one half. Now, you have to make 6 the denominator, right? So, you multiply 2 by 3 and 1 also by three, and then you have to add three sixths and one sixths and you get four sixths.

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18...i guess :P

Two thirds is actually equal to four sixths. You have to reduce four sixths by dividing the numerator and denominator by a common factor, which in this case is 2.

12 & 24

Sixths and ninths.

The LCD of 5/8 and 5/6 is 24.

Five sixths is the bigger fraction.

LCD(8, 6) = 24

To compare two fractions, find a common denominator, then convert each fraction to equivalent fractions with that common denominator. Finally, you compare the numerators. 5/6

4.5

They are 9/10 and 5/6.

You must find a common denominator. 6x9=54 5x9= 45/54 5x6=30/54 answer=15/54 or 5/18 in lowest form

One sixth. As the denominator (bottom number) is the same on both sides, simply take four away from five, and keep the denominator the same.

Two thirds equals four sixths. As well as any multiple of four sixths. Such as 8/12 ths. Simply multiple the numerator and denominator by the same number and you get a correct answer. Same thing with dividing the numerator and denominator by the same number.

The equivalent fraction of 5/6 with a denominator of 60 is 50/60.

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