Enter two or more fractions separated by **"commas"**

**Ex: **LCM of Fractions 15/45, 80/92, 10/86 (or) LCM of Fractions 65/75, 30/40, 50/60 (or) LCM of Fractions 12/14, 16/18, 20/40

**Here are some samples of LCM of Fractions Calcualtions.**

- LCM of Fractions 216/85, 4096/561
- LCM of Fractions 495/243, 550/867
- LCM of Fractions 1155/162, 1365/1525
- LCM of Fractions 1000/288, 1440/864
- LCM of Fractions 506/256, 1155/625
- LCM of Fractions 297/625, 1089/676
- LCM of Fractions 275/294, 625/784
- LCM of Fractions 1008/576, 4704/1024
- LCM of Fractions 204/420, 1190/4480
- LCM of Fractions 468/94, 520/2428
- LCM of Fractions 625/336, 1000/625
- LCM of Fractions 1008/384, 2064/576

- LCM of Fractions 54/30, 90/75, 108/180
- LCM of Fractions 72/36, 180/45, 252/60
- LCM of Fractions 70/108, 98/120, 147/144
- LCM of Fractions 105/36, 150/54, 210/126
- LCM of Fractions 160/48, 180/72, 240/132
- LCM of Fractions 8/96, 12/120, 23/180
- LCM of Fractions 6/75, 14/120, 15/200
- LCM of Fractions 6/378, 21/485, 28/500
- LCM of Fractions 168/24, 180/48, 330/60
- LCM of Fractions 8/18, 108/24, 180/60
- LCM of Fractions 9/18, 12/42, 252/60
- LCM of Fractions 32/12, 36/28, 50/56

- LCM of Fractions 20/36, 30/42, 45/98
- LCM of Fractions 24/36, 30/90, 36/135
- LCM of Fractions 120/14, 180/21, 300/28
- LCM of Fractions 36/9, 45/12, 60/21
- LCM of Fractions 12/21, 36/35, 160/70
- LCM of Fractions 18/50, 30/75, 54/175
- LCM of Fractions 24/48, 30/84, 198/132
- LCM of Fractions 9/24, 21/72, 63/96
- LCM of Fractions 91/36, 117/81, 231/144
- LCM of Fractions 8/27, 56/36, 140/90
- LCM of Fractions 25/42, 144/63, 400/147
- LCM of Fractions 152/56, 190/96, 228/200

- LCM of Fractions 6/42, 15/75, 24/84, 32/90
- LCM of Fractions 12/40, 20/45, 28/48, 36/90
- LCM of Fractions 10/36, 12/60, 20/84, 25/108
- LCM of Fractions 60/42, 72/63, 85/66, 96/86
- LCM of Fractions 15/32, 20/36, 25/48, 30/64
- LCM of Fractions 11/18, 12/36, 19/63, 40/120
- LCM of Fractions 23/15, 24/20, 25/24, 120/48
- LCM of Fractions 7/9, 12/27, 21/81, 27/90
- LCM of Fractions 10/12, 15/24, 18/32, 32/54
- LCM of Fractions 7/12, 10/18, 13/75, 17/80
- LCM of Fractions 9/27, 28/36, 42/45, 48/56
- LCM of Fractions 16/30, 24/60, 32/75, 36/120

A fraction is a component of a whole number system. Mathematically, the number is expressed as a quotient, where the numerator and denominator are separated. Both are integers in a simple fraction. A fraction appears in the form of both numerator & denominator.

The most common method to find LCM is to first find out the multiples of both numbers & then the smallest common multiple between the numbers is the LCM. Suppose we want to calculate the LCM of ‘3’ & ’4’. The smallest positive integer that is evenly divisible by both ‘3’ & ’4’ is the LCM for two numbers ‘3’ & ’4’, indicated by the symbol LCM(3,4). The smallest common multiple between these numbers is ‘12’.

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The smallest number among the denominators out of all the common multiples that may be used for all denominators of fractions is known as the "Least Common Denominator."

Here, a fraction has 2 parts, numerator & denominator (which are written above & below the line respectively). & "a Common Denominator" means when 2 or more fractions have the same bottom number.

- Check the two fractions of which we want to calculate the LCM.
- Calculate the LCM of only numerators of the fractions.
- Take the numbers of only the denominators & calculate their HCF.
- Put the values in the formula for calculating the LCM of fractions.

LCM of a fractions = [LCM (numerators) / HCF (denominators)]

- We can verify the answer by dividing the LCM by any of the fractions. It should be completely divisible.

**Example: **

Calculate the LCM of fractions 4/3 & 5/6.

**Solution:**

Here, we need to calculate the LCM of numerators i.e. LCM (4, 5)

Now, LCM (4, 5) = 20

Now, we need to calculate the HCF of numerators i.e. HCF (3, 6).

Here, factors of 3 = 1 x 3

& factors of 9 = 1 x 2 x 3

Hence the HCF (3, 9) = 3

Now to calculate the LCM of fractions we need to use the formula:

LCM of a fractions = [LCM (numerators) / HCF (denominators)]

So, LCM of fractions 4/3 & 5/6 is 20 / 3.

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**1. What is the least common denominator in a fraction?**

The least common denominator in a fraction is identified as the smallest number among the common multiples when there are 2 or more fractions available.

**2. What is the LCD of 3 and 7?**

The Least Common Denominator of 3 and 7 is 21.

**3. Why do we simplify fractions?**

The fractions can be simplified to make the calculation process easier or simpler.