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  • 5 years ago

how do u work LCD

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  1. anonymous
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    give me an example to show you how.

  2. anonymous
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    1/5,2/3

  3. anonymous
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    what class are you taking?

  4. anonymous
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    so pretty much what can both 5 and 3 go into?

  5. anonymous
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    1?

  6. anonymous
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    no

  7. anonymous
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    what are multiples of 5? and 3?

  8. anonymous
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    YY?

  9. anonymous
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    5 times 2 is?

  10. anonymous
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    okay the answer would be 15 but explain to me why.

  11. anonymous
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    BUT 15 IS A MULTIPLE FROM 2

  12. anonymous
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    no i meant the whole problem. you take the 5 from 1/5 and the 3 from the 1/3 and find their least common multiple.

  13. anonymous
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    15 would be the answer because 5x3=15

  14. anonymous
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    SO IT HAS TO BE THE SAME ANSWER FROM WAT U MULTIPLE?

  15. anonymous
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    not always you have to look at all multiples. 5x2=10 3 CANNOT go into 10. 3x2=6 5 CANNOT go into six.

  16. anonymous
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    do you understand what i mean when i say multiples?

  17. anonymous
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    OKAY..AND JUST THE SAME LIKE I N THE LEAST COMMOM FACTOR. I HAVE TO FIND THE MULTIPLE AND IT WOULD BE IT BUT IN FRACTIONS

  18. anonymous
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    YEAHH

  19. anonymous
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    no that different. give me an example and ill show you how

  20. anonymous
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    15&20

  21. anonymous
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    do you mean Greatest common factor?

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