| George Augustus Walton - Arithmetic - 1864 - 364 pages
...GCD Hence the RULE. To find the LCM of fractions : Jteduce the fractions to their lowest terms, then **divide the LCM of the numerators by the GCD of the denominators.** EXAMPLES. 1. Find the LCM of T^, If, and 7f Ans. 476f. 2. Find the LCM of if, £ of 3£, and 6. Ans.... | |
| George Augustus Walton - Arithmetic - 1864 - 376 pages
...GCD Hence the EULE. To find the LCM of fractions : Reduce the fractions to their lowest terms, then **divide the LCM of the numerators by the GCD of the denominators.** EXAMPLES. 1. Find tie LCM of т^, if, and 7£. Ans. 476§. 2. Find the LCM of ^|, $ of Ц, and 6. Ans.... | |
| George Soulé - Arithmetic - 1888 - 568 pages
...Least Common Multiple of the numerators and the Greatest Common Divisor of the denominators, and then **divide the LCM of the numerators by the GCD of the denominators.** NOTE. — The fractions must be iu their simplest form before couuncnoiug the operation. 2. What is... | |
| George Soulé - Business mathematics - 1910 - 1042 pages
...least common multiple of the numerators and the greatest common divisor of the denominators, and then **divide the LCM of the numerators by the GCD of the denominators.** NOTE. — The fractions must be in their simplest form before commencing the operation. 2. What is... | |
| Herbert Edwin Hawkes, William Arthur Luby, Frank Charles Touton - Algebra - 1911 - 288 pages
...3J, and 4J ? Is it the least integral multiple ? 14. Eeduce 2J, 3^, and 4| to improper fractions and **divide the LCM of the numerators by the GCD of the denominators.** Compare the result with the answer to Exercise 11. 16. Find by the same rule the LCM (a) of j and -... | |
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