anonymous
  • anonymous
any who helps I will give a medal! 1. Provide a counterexample that shows the statement is false. Explain why the counterexample makes the statement false. If two fractions have unlike denominators, then the LCD is the product of their denominators
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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misty1212
  • misty1212
HI!!
misty1212
  • misty1212
do you know what you are being asked to do?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
LCD of a/b and c/d is given by LCD(a,c)/LCM(b,d). Consider example, 5/6 and 4/15. Here LCD=LCD(5,4)/LCM(6,15)=1/30. However, the product of their denominators is 60. This is a counter example.
anonymous
  • anonymous
LCD of a/b and c/d is given by LCD(a,c)/LCM(b,d). Consider example, 5/6 and 4/15. Here LCD=LCD(5,4)/LCM(6,15)=1/30. However, the product of their denominators is 60. This is a counter example.
anonymous
  • anonymous
no can you help me @misty1212
misty1212
  • misty1212
ok sure
misty1212
  • misty1212
If two fractions have unlike denominators, then the LCD is the product of their denominators you want a "counter example" that means you want an example of two fractions with unlike denominators where the least common multiple of the denominators is NOT their produce
misty1212
  • misty1212
so for example if the denominators had a common factor, like 4 and 12, then the least common multiple of 4 and 12 is just 12, not \(4\times 12\) that is all you need for a "counter example"
misty1212
  • misty1212
in simple english you have to provide an example of two fractions whose least common denominator is NOT found by multiplying the denominators together
anonymous
  • anonymous
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