FRACTIONS LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATORS
You receive 2 worksheets on LCDs. Here is what you'll get:
Worksheet #1 - LCD Misfits, a different kind of worksheet. Students are given a denominator and a set of factors, but ONE of them does NOT belong. They must choose the number that is NOT a factor of that denominator.
Example: if the number is 36 and the factors are 4, 6, 8, and 9, which factor does NOT belong? This worksheet will really see if they "know their stuff".
Worksheet #2 - students write LCDs for given sets of fractions. Students must be able to find the lowest common denominator for each group of given fractions. Basic good understanding.
Your download of 4 pages includes answers. Decorated for fun. By David Filipek
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