## Chiomatn93 3 years ago add.

1. lgbasallote

2. saifoo.khan

1+1 = 11

3. Chiomatn93

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4. saifoo.khan

Find the LCD..

5. lgbasallote

uhmm im seeing 5 different variables o.O please tell me im wrong...

6. lgbasallote

and yeah LCD :p

7. Chiomatn93

its 6c ^3d

8. Chiomatn93

and no ur not wrong...the problem really has 5 variables

9. lgbasallote

@saifoo.khan is our algebra expert :) he loves challenging problems like this ;D

10. saifoo.khan

Facepalm @lgbasallote can't even solve this. D:

11. Chiomatn93

can someone just help me? im not r eally up for all the jokes sorry

12. saifoo.khan

@Chiomatn93 , Expand the denominators, 6c^2d = 3*2*c*c*d and 9ck^2 = 3*3*c*k*k Therefore, LCM = 3 * 2 * 3 * c * c * d * k * k

13. lgbasallote

sorry @Chiomatn93 i just get intimidated with that many variables...but @saifoo.khan really is an algebra expert

14. Chiomatn93

15. Chiomatn93

okay well I appreciate it.

16. saifoo.khan

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17. Chiomatn93

18. saifoo.khan

Solve it.

19. Chiomatn93

18 c^2d?

20. saifoo.khan

you forgot k^2 too

21. Chiomatn93

so 18 kc^2d?

22. saifoo.khan

noo. k^2

23. Chiomatn93

24. Chiomatn93

25. saifoo.khan

18c^2dk^2

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