Q: What is the LCd of 2 over 9 and 3 over 4?

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2/3 and 3/4Looks like 12 here, so use form of one to convert both fractions to LCD form.4*2/4*3 and 3*3/3*48/12 and 9/12==========

Assume an additive expression.X5 + X3X3(X2 + 1)--------------------so,X3====Is the LCD

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Fractions do not use decimals for the denominators. The LCD of 4, 3, and 2 (1/4, 1/3, 1/2) is 12. The LCD of 25, 33, and 50 is 1650 (2 x 3 x 25 x 11).

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I'm not sure you've written your question properly. As written I see: (¾)/4 and 2/3 But (¾)/4 = ¾ ÷ 4 = ¾ × ¼ = 3/16 → want lcd for 3/16 and 2/3 → lcm(16, 3) = 48 If you actually mean lcd for 3/4 (or three quarters) and 2/3 then: want lcd for 3/4 and 2/3 → lcm(4, 3) = 12

LCD(3, 5, 4, 2) = 60

For 3/4 and 2/3 the LCD is 12.

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2/3 and 3/4Looks like 12 here, so use form of one to convert both fractions to LCD form.4*2/4*3 and 3*3/3*48/12 and 9/12==========

Assume an additive expression.X5 + X3X3(X2 + 1)--------------------so,X3====Is the LCD

lcd(6, 12, 16) = 48. 6 = 2 x 3 12 = 2^2 x 3 16 = 2^4 lcd = 2^4 x 3 = 48

To find an LCD, you need to have at least two denominators.

LCD(9, 3y) = 9y

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12

It is 8