How do you find the least common denominator of algebraic fractions or rational expressions?
What is an LCD and how do you find one in Algebra?
How do you find the LCD of 3 different Algebraic fractions?
What is the LCD of 5/9x^4y, 7/15xy^3, and 8/10x^2y^4?
How do you deal with exponents when finding least common denominators?
How do you find the LCD of 2x/(5x + 10), 9/75x^2, and 8/(x^2 - 4)?
What is the LCD of (3x + 1)/(x^2 + 6x + 9), 8x/(5x^5 + 15x^4), and 9/10x?
How do you find the least common denominator of 5x/(3x + 24), 9/(x^2 - 64), and (2x - 3)/(9x + 72)?
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This lesson goes through a bunch more practice problems for finding the least common denominator of algebraic fractions. This time, 3 different fractions are used. The building up method of finding the LCD is explained, and all steps are shown very clearly in this video.