In the following exercises, convert to equivalent fractions using the LCD. 13,56, and 34,LCD=12
In the following exercises, convert to equivalent fractions using the LCD.
Answer & Explanation
Beginner2021-11-14Added 10 answers
We know the LCD is 12
So now for each fraction, we need to determine the number needed to multiply the denominator to get the LCD.
Thus for we need to multiply by 4, for we need to multiply by 2 and for we need to multiply by 3
By using equivalent fractions property we get:
Now we will simplify the numerator and denominator
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