Saturday, March 10, 2007

Super Scribe : LCD =)

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LEAST C0MM0N DEN0MiNAT0R


First, what is LCD?
Least Common Denominator ~> It is the smallest common factor of the denominator.
[!] We use the LCD to make fraction operations easier.

For example, I have 1/4 and 3/5. Let's try to make the denominators the same by using the Least Common Multiply method:



Our LCM is 20, which will also be our denominator.

Important: What you do to the bottom of the fraction, must also be done to the top.



This is our LCD:




> A useful link that talks about LCMs and LCDs (also provides practice exercises).

> Find about Adding Fractions:
Nicole's Scribe.
> Comments are appreciated, thank you.



SUPER SCRIBE DONE BY: ANDREA TRIA, 8-17 =)

5 comments:

Nicole said...

wow!! super excellent scribe!!! you really work hard for it....you really did a very very good job....and if I will be marking your scribe from 1-10....i will give you 10 out of 10!!!.....keep up the good work!!!....

JayS said...

Good Job Andrea, your scribe post is really good.=)

andrea =) said...
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boeun said...

Wow!! Good job Andrea with your scribe post!!!! if i was marking your scribe post, i sure will give you 100%.. thanks for taking your time to finish up this post and keep your great work!

andrea . said...

thaaanks nicole , jayS , and boeun for the friendly comments .. ! (yy)