# SOLUTION: can you please help me find the LCD of: (((3 over a, 3 over b, 1 over 5)))

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Exponents-negative-and-fractional Question 152640This question is from textbook Algebra structure and method book 1 : can you please help me find the LCD of: (((3 over a, 3 over b, 1 over 5)))This question is from textbook Algebra structure and method book 1 Answer by jim_thompson5910(28696)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The LCD is simply the LCM of the denominators. So looking at the denominators "a", "b", and 5, we can see that they have nothing in common. So simply multiply them all together to get . So the LCD is .