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mathslover
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\[\frac{3}{7} \frac{4}{m}\]
Take LCM as 7m

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\[\frac{3(m)4(7)}{7m}\]
Can you simplify this? @dianarock336

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what do you mean take lcm of 7m?

dianarock336
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Lcm*

mathslover
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not of , but "as"
LCM means least common multiple

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yes I can
\[\frac{ 3m28 }{ 7m}\]

mathslover
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dw:1349101464440:dw

mathslover
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Yes, you're right.

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ohhhh

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\[\frac{ 25 }{ 7m }\] am right?

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No,
\[\frac{3m28}{7m}\]
Can NOT be further simplified, do you know why?