11/, 28/, 4/, 3 6/ Fractions Average can be found easily using the online tool Fractions Average Calculator and get step by step procedure involved.
Given fractions are 11/,28/,4/,15/
Arrange the Inputs 51,45,1,4 in a horizontal line separated by commas and divide them with a prime number. Note the quotients in the next row and divide with quotients with prime numbers again. Continue the process until you have all co primes in the last.
|3||51, 45, 1, 4|
|17, 15, 1, 4|
As all the numbers left in the last row are co primes you need not do the common division process further.
To obtain the Least Common Multiple, multiply the prime numbers with which you have divided the given numbers and the co primes in the last row i.e. 3 x 17 x 15 x 1 x 4 = 3060
Therefore, LCM of 51,45,1,4 is 3060
The least common Multiple (LCM) is: 3060.
Rewriting as equivalent fractions with the LCM:
Totaling the numerator:
Dividing by the number of values: 4
The given fractions are 26279/ and 4/
On dividing the both fractions,26279/ ÷ 4/
Then the denominator of the first fraction i.e., 3060 will comes to the numerator of the second fraction and gets multiplied,
And in the same way,the denominator of the second fraction i.e., 1 will comes to the numerator of the first fraction and gets multiplied:
26279/ ÷ 4/ = 26279 x 1/
On Multiplying the denominators and the numerators,the fraction value we get,
Average of fraction = 26279/
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1. What is the average of fractions 11/, 28/, 4/, 3 6/ ?
Average of Fractions is 26279/
2. How to find the Average of Fractions 11/, 28/, 4/, 3 6/ ?
Set up an addition equation with the given fractions 11/, 28/, 4/, 3 6/ and then find the LCD. Rewrite each of the fractions as equivalent fractions using LCD. Add the numerators and place the sum over the LCD and reduce it further.
3. Where do I find an elaborate solution to find the Average of Fractions 11/, 28/, 4/, 3 6/ ?
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