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Q: What is the least common denominator here of eight and seven and five?

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56

168.

Fourteenths (eight and seven)

That depends on the other denominator. You need at least two.

That depends on the other denominator. You need at least two.

8

20

24

It is 48

Which you don't want. You want the least common denominator, which is 360.

Somone put 30, but seven doesnt go into it

the common denominator for 9/8 and 7/20 is 40. (45/40 and 14/40)

56

A common denominator is 84.

168

The LCM is 56.

The LCM refers to whole numbers, not fractions. If you're looking for the least common denominator, that's 20.

Denominator of seven eights, ie of fifty six is 1. The denominator of five sixths is 6 so the common denominator is 6.

LCD(9, 7) = 63.

Add the integer part first: 7 + 5. Then, add the fraction separately. For this, you'll have to find a common denominator, and convert the fractions to this common denominator.

The LCM of 7 and 8 is 56

You find the least common denominator, which is 24 8x3=24 and 3x8=24. Multiply the numerator and denominator to get the same number.

198 and 10/11+7/18 = 257/198

I suggest converting both to decimals, dividing the numerator by the denominator with a calculator. Another option is to convert them to fractions with a common denominator.

The denominator is the bottom number of a fraction. Therefore, the denominator of 7/8 (seven eighths) is eight.