ridgeboy36
What is the least common denominator of (4)/(x)+(2x)/(x1)+(x+3)/(2x)? Can anybody solve this?



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sauravshakya
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Is that the question?

ridgeboy36
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Yes

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First find LCM of x and x1

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Can u?

ridgeboy36
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i would need some guidance.

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Well, LCM of x and x1 is x(x1)

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okayy

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Now, u need to find LCM of x(x1) and 2x

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okay

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LCM of x(x1) and 2x is 2x(x1)

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got it?

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yes

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So, the least common denominator is 2x(x1)

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thank you soo much =)

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welcome