anonymous
  • anonymous
6/4, 3/5
Mathematics
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radar
  • radar
What do you want to do with those two fractions, one (6/4) is an improper fraction. Are you seeking the lowest common denominator?
radar
  • radar
I am going to assume you are looking the LCD. The smallest number that contains both 4 and 5 as a factor is 20. To convert these two fractions with the LCD divide the given denominator into the LCD and multiply the result by the given numerator. 6/4 becomes 30/20 and the 3/5 becomes 12/20 Comphrendo?

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