Q: What is the lowest common denominator of 54 and 26?

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You can find a common denominator of any set of denominators by multiplying them together. That result will not necessarily be the lowest common denominator. Example: 1/6 and 1/9 6 x 9 = 54 and 54 is a common denominator of 6 and 9, but the LCD is 18.

Three is the lowest common denominator. 21 divided by 3 = 7 54 divided by 3 = 18 21/54 = 7/18

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

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You can find a common denominator of any set of denominators by multiplying them together. That result will not necessarily be the lowest common denominator. Example: 1/6 and 1/9 6 x 9 = 54 and 54 is a common denominator of 6 and 9, but the LCD is 18.

Three is the lowest common denominator. 21 divided by 3 = 7 54 divided by 3 = 18 21/54 = 7/18

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

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lcm(27, 54) = 54.

The greatest common denominator of any set of denominators is infinite.