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10 June, 06:31

Which whole number can each term of the equation be multiplied by to eliminate the fractions before solving

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  1. 10 June, 06:52
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    the least common denominator

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The least common denominator is that number. It is the least common multiple of the denominator values.

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    Simply multiplying by the product of the denominators will eliminate fractions, but may require reduction of fractions in the answer. If the "fractions" are rational expressions, extraneous solutions may be introduced.
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