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### Course: MAP Recommended Practice>Unit 34

Lesson 14: Common denominators

# Common denominators: 1/4 and 5/6

Learn how to find common denominators for fractions with different numerators and denominators by identifying multiples of the original denominators. It demonstrates the process using 1/4 and 5/6, showing that 12 and 24 can be common denominators.

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• why do they change the person why is speaking every time
• I think because one person was to busy so they take turns i think yeah.
• guys pls respect the people who make this video dont say its long because they work hard to make this and should not be disrespected like this!
• I'm with you. Please don't disrespect her.She is doing her best
• They usually write the name of the person who does each video. POV: One video doesn’t have the name written, everyone “WHO IS THIS! WHERES SAL!? WHO IS THIS WOMAN?”
• Are LCM and LCD the same? I know the process for getting them IS the same, but I don't know whether they ARE the same. I know it sounds weird, but are they the same?
• They could be the same, depending on what LCD is.

LCM stands for Lowest Common Multiple. That's the smallest multiple that can divide every number in a set of numbers.

LCD could stand for Lowest Common Denominator, which would make it a type of LCM, and is just what we use in fraction LCM.

LCD could also be Lowest Common Divisor, which is exactly the same as LCM.
• why the person different. WHAT HAPEND TO THE OTHER PERSON?
• For real where is sallllllllll
• Why is Lindsey taking over so many videos now?
• I like the boy more
• is this long