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32 is.

The common denominator of 5/8 and 3/4 is 32.The lowest common denominator (LCD) is 8.The highest common denominator (HCD) is 32.

A common denominator is 32.

16 and 32

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32 is the LCD of 8, 16, and 32

As there are no common factors (other than 1), lcm(49, 32) = 49 × 32 = 1568.

The greatest common denominator of any set of denominators is infinite. That's why we find the LCD.

The common denominator of any two or more whole numbers will always be 1.

160

96

Form a common denominator which is usually the lowest common multiple of the denominators or, if this cannot be readily determined, use the product of the denominators. Convert one or more of the fractions into equivalent fractions having the common denominator as the new denominator. 15/16 + 17/32 = 30/32 + 17/32 = 47/32 = 115/32 as a mixed number

The greatest common denominator is infinite. The least is 192. The greatest common factor is 16.

96

There is none because the Least Common Denominator (or LCD) is the Least Common Multiple (LCM) of the denominators of a pair of fractions.

Denomonators are the bottom number on a fraction, and if you make either 32 or 55 into a fraction, it would be 32/1 or 55/1, so the denominator would be 1. However, if instead of denominator you meant factor, the greatest common factor would be 1.

The least common denominator between fractions 1 over 32 and 8 over 64 is 64.

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8

The Greatest Common Divisor/Denominator is 8

32 (8x4)

I don't think that there is a common denominator between them, so you can't factor it, but 185 x 32=5920

At least two fractions are required to answer this.