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 x/200+x/400+x/600+x/800 2010-10-08 From Ashishthombre:step by step LCM of x/200+x/400+x/600+x/800Answered by Penny Nom. Least common denominator 2010-02-13 From Priscila:3/8 + 4/5 + 7/3 + 9/10 = ? Thank you for your assistance. PriscilaAnswered by Penny Nom. GCF and LCD 2008-01-17 From Peter:I need to know the differences between GCF and LCD.Answered by Penny Nom. LCD 2007-04-29 From Jackson:I am having trouble getting the LCD for the following question. 1 3/8 x 8/9=Answered by Penny Nom and Melanie Tyrer. Least common denominator 2006-10-04 From Paulette:Why is the LCD of 3/4 and 4/8 not the product of 4 and 8?Answered by Penny Nom. HCF and LCM 2006-08-05 From Bharath:The HCF and LCM of polynomials p(x) and q(x) are h and l respectively and p(x) + q(x) = h + l, show that [p(x)]2 + [q(x)]2 = h2 + l2Answered by Stephen La Rocque. The least common denominator 2003-01-21 From Brittan:Hi there I need help! My name is Brittany and i am in the 6th grade. I need help finding the least common denominator(LCD), and the book says Find the LCM of the denominators and i've done that and then it says write equivalent fractions,using the LCM as the least commonn denominator.The directions say Use the LCD to write each pair as like fractions. and the problem is 1/8 and 5/40. Could u explain how in the word u do this? Thanks a lot BrittanyAnswered by Penny Nom.

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