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# ID : F-6-LCM-of-fractions [1]

LCM of fractions
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ID : F-6-LCM-of-fractions [2]

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15/2

Step 1

Step 1

## to find LCM of fractions

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## to find LCM of fractions

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of-fractions/

of-fractions/

Step 2

Step 2

## LCM (a/b, c/d) = LCM(a,c)/HCF(b,d)

Step 3

Step 3

Therefore,
LCM (1/3, 1/2) = LCM(1, 1)/HCF(3, 2)

Therefore,
LCM (5/2, 3/4) = LCM(5, 3)/HCF(2, 4)

## LCM (1/3, 1/2) = 1/1

LCM (1/3, 1/2) = 1

## LCM (5/2, 3/4) = 15/2

LCM (5/2, 3/4) = 15/2

3/2

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3/2

Step 1

Step 1

to find LCM of fractions

to find LCM of fractions

www.edugain.com/blog/2011/06/26/lcmof-fractions/

www.edugain.com/blog/2011/06/26/lcmof-fractions/

Step 2

Step 2

## From this aritcle we know that,

LCM (a/b, c/d) = LCM(a,c)/HCF(b,d)

## From this aritcle we know that,

LCM (a/b, c/d) = LCM(a,c)/HCF(b,d)

Step 3

Step 3

Therefore,

Therefore,

## LCM (3/2, 3/4) = LCM(3, 3)/HCF(2, 4)

LCM (3/2, 3/4) = 3/2
LCM (3/2, 3/4) = 3/2

## LCM (3/4, 1/2) = LCM(3, 1)/HCF(4, 2)

LCM (3/4, 1/2) = 3/2
LCM (3/4, 1/2) = 3/2

15/2

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Step 1

Step 1

to find LCM of fractions
www.edugain.com/blog/2011/06/26/lcmof-fractions/

to find LCM of fractions
www.edugain.com/blog/2011/06/26/lcmof-fractions/

Step 2

Step 2

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ID : F-6-LCM-of-fractions [3]

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## From this aritcle we know that,

LCM (a/b, c/d) = LCM(a,c)/HCF(b,d)

## From this aritcle we know that,

LCM (a/b, c/d) = LCM(a,c)/HCF(b,d)

Step 3

Step 3

Therefore,

Therefore,

## LCM (5/2, 3/4) = LCM(5, 3)/HCF(2, 4)

LCM (5/2, 3/4) = 15/2
LCM (5/2, 3/4) = 15/2

## LCM (1/2, 1/3) = LCM(1, 1)/HCF(2, 3)

LCM (1/2, 1/3) = 1/1
LCM (1/2, 1/3) = 1

3/2

H)

15

Step 1

Step 1

to find LCM of fractions
www.edugain.com/blog/2011/06/26/lcm-

to find LCM of fractions
www.edugain.com/blog/2011/06/26/lcm-

of-fractions/

of-fractions/

Step 2

Step 2

## From this aritcle we know that,

LCM (a/b, c/d) = LCM(a,c)/HCF(b,d)

## From this aritcle we know that,

LCM (a/b, c/d) = LCM(a,c)/HCF(b,d)

Step 3

Step 3

Therefore,
LCM (1/4, 3/2) = LCM(1, 3)/HCF(4, 2)
LCM (1/4, 3/2) = 3/2

Therefore,
LCM (5/3, 3/2) = LCM(5, 3)/HCF(3, 2)
LCM (5/3, 3/2) = 15/1

## LCM (5/3, 3/2) = 15

J)

3/2

Step 1

Step 1

to find LCM of fractions

to find LCM of fractions

www.edugain.com/blog/2011/06/26/lcmof-fractions/

www.edugain.com/blog/2011/06/26/lcmof-fractions/

Step 2

Step 2

## LCM (a/b, c/d) = LCM(a,c)/HCF(b,d)

Step 3

Step 3

Therefore,
LCM (1/4, 3/5) = LCM(1, 3)/HCF(4, 5)

Therefore,
LCM (1/2, 3/4) = LCM(1, 3)/HCF(2, 4)

## LCM (1/4, 3/5) = 3/1

LCM (1/4, 3/5) = 3

## LCM (1/2, 3/4) = 3/2

LCM (1/2, 3/4) = 3/2