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How Do You Find the Lowest Common Denominator Between Fractions?

Lowest common denominator meaning

When two fractions have a common denominator, the bottom number of the two fractions are the same. Here are some examples of common denominators:

Common denominator examples

If two fractions don’t already have a common denominator, you need to see if they have a lowest common denominator (LCD). This allows you to subtract and add fractions.

Here's how to find the lowest common denominator:

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Rounding Decimals to Tenth, Hundredth, and Thousandth Places

Rounding decimals: illustration of a decimal number

Rounding decimals is a simple way to estimate values without having to write countless numbers to the right of the decimal point. You can round decimals to the nearest whole number or the nearest tenth, nearest hundredth, or nearest thousandths decimal. We’ll show you how.

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How to Graph Points on a Coordinate Plane

Cartesian coordinate plane

A coordinate plane is a two-dimensional plane with an x-axis (horizontal) and a y-axis (vertical). These axes intersect to form a perpendicular line that separates the coordinate plane into four quadrants.

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Mean, Median, and Mode: Defining Averages in Math

Mean median and mode: teenanger sitting on a sofa and doing her homework

Mean, median, and mode are three ways of describing data sets. The mean and median measure central tendency, or the average amongst a set of numbers. The mode is the most commonly occurring number.

If you’re a little confused, don’t worry. We’re here to unpack the definitions of mean, median, and mode.

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How Do You Round a Decimal Place Value?

Decimal place value: globe with numbers

Decimal place values are the numbers to the right of the decimal point. Let's explain the different names for each place value and demonstrate how to round decimal place values.

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