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" Jteduce the fractions to their lowest terms, then divide the LCM of the numerators by the GCD of the denominators. "
First Course in Algebra - Page 268
by Herbert Edwin Hawkes - 1910
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A Written Arithmetic, for Common and Higher Schools: To which is Adapted a ...

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....
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A Written Arithmetic, for Common and Higher Schools: To which is Adapted a ...

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....
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Soule's Intermediate Philosophic Arithmetic, Embracing Oral and Written Problems

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...
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Soulé's Philosophic Practical Mathematics: Designed for the Use of ...

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...
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Second Course in Algebra

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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