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# Least Common Denominator Exercises

### Example 1

What's the LCD of   and ?

### Example 2

What's the LCD of and ?

### Example 3

What's the LCD of  and ?

### Example 4

What's the LCD of and ?

### Example 5

What's the LCD of and ?

### Example 6

What's the LCD of  and 1?

### Example 7

What's the LCD of and ?

### Example 8

What's the LCD of the and ?

### Example 9

For this pair of fractions, (a) find the LCD and (b) rewrite each fraction so that its denominator is the LCD you found in (a).

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### Example 10

For this pair of fractions, (a) find the LCD and (b) rewrite each fraction so that its denominator is the LCD you found in (a).

### Example 11

For this pair of fractions, (a) find the LCD and (b) rewrite each fraction so that its denominator is the LCD you found in (a).

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