anonymous
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7/8, 2/5, 2/3 common denominator? by Bob1062
Mathematics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I said, before...multiply the three denominators to get a common one. so you get 120 as your common denominator
anonymous
  • anonymous
nooo u dont have to multiply them together cause im doing almost the same thing
anonymous
  • anonymous
what grade u in bob

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well it's faster than trying to find the common multiply in each of these
anonymous
  • anonymous
but it aint right
anonymous
  • anonymous
uhhh 120 is the common denominator of 8 5 and three. It might not be the least common denominator. But it is a common denominator nevertheless.
anonymous
  • anonymous
well thts not how our teacher taught it to us but im not gonna argue,what grade u in cause i need help to
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im in college.
anonymous
  • anonymous
uhh huh well im a smart moutherd adult mouthed sixth grader
anonymous
  • anonymous
I am helping my son, who is in 5th grade.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So how does it work? Is 7/8 now 840/ 960, 2/5 now240/ 600, 2/3 now 240/ 360
anonymous
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Thanks jada294

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