Q: What is the least common denominator of four sevenths and three fifths?

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Fourteenths (eight and seven)

the least common denominator of three fifths and two fifteenths and one sixth is 30. you multiply 15 by two, 6 by five, and 3 by ten.

The LCD of 2/3 and 4/5 is 15.

You can find this out in any of the following ways: 1. Find a common denominator (multiplying the two denominators is one way - it need not be the LEAST common denominator). Convert the fractions to this common denominator. Then you can compare. 2. Use a calculator to convert the fractions to decimal, then compare. To convert to decimal, just divide the top part of the fraction by the bottom part.

The least common denominator is 1. The greatest common denominator is 2. The least common multiple is 1,218.

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5/7, 1/2, 3/5 LCM is 70

the least common denominator of three fifths and two fifteenths and one sixth is 30. you multiply 15 by two, 6 by five, and 3 by ten.

The LCD of 2/3 and 4/5 is 15.

The least common denominator for those fractions is 60.