# LCM of Fractions Calculator

Handy tool LCM of Fractions Calculator will determine the Least Common Multiple and make your calculations easily. You just need to provide the inputs in the respective input field and click on the calculate button to get the concerned output.

Ex: 8/5, 3/5, 2/5 (or) 2/3, 5/7 (or) 3/5, 5/9, 7/3

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## How to find LCM of Fractions?

Refer to the simple and easy guidelines listed below to evaluate the Least Common Multiple of Fractions. You will find the details listed of extreme help and can arrive at the solution in no time.

Consider the fractions a/b and c/d

In order to find the Least Common Multiple of Fractions, you need to figure out the LCM of Numerators and HCF of Denominators.

LCM of Fractions = LCM of Numerators/HCF of Denominators

That's it you will get the Least Common of Fractions by doing the LCM of Numerators and HCF of Denominators individually and applying them in the formula.

Example:

Find LCM of Fractions 9/2 and 21/8?

Solution:

Given Input Data is 9/2 and 21/8

LCM of Fractions = LCM of Numerators/HCF of Denominators

As per the formula, LCM of Numerators means LCM(9,21)

Least Common Multiple of 9, 21 is 63 the smallest number that is divisible by both the numbers.

In the same way, HCF of Denominators means HCF(2,8)

Highest Common Factor of 2, 8 is 2 the largest number by which both the numbers can be divided.

Applying the LCM of Numerators, HCF of Denominators obtained in the equation

LCM of Fractions = 63/2

Therefore, LCM of fractions 9/2 and 21/8 is 63/2

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### FAQs on LCM of Fractions

1. What is the formula to find LCM of Fractions?

Formula to find LCM of Fractions = LCM of Numerators/HCF of Denominators

2. Where do I get detailed steps on finding LCM of Fractions?

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3. How to find LCM of Fractions on a Calculator?

You can find LCM of Fractions by providing the input fractions separated by commas and then clicking on the calculate button.

4. Where can I get Solved Examples on finding LCM of Fractions?

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