LCM is applied to two or more fraction denominators. For 'A fraction' the denominator is the LCM.
Dividing the numerator and denominator by a common factor is how you simplify a fraction.
YES a fraction can be a denominator.
The denominator should be the same as the denominator of the fraction.
The denominator tells you the total of the pieces in the fraction.
you multiply the numerator by the numerator and the denominator by the denominator.
The upper part of a fraction is its numerator and the lower part of a fraction is its denominator.
The denominator is the number underneath the numerator in a fraction as for example in the fraction 3/4 the numerator is 3 and the denominator is 4
a fraction that has a numerator equal to the denominator is one: a fraction who's numerator is greater that the denominator is an improper fraction.
It is the denominator
It is called "writing a fraction as an equivalent fraction with a larger denominator"!
It is a proper fraction and if the numerator > denominator than it is an improper fraction.