# Mathematics - Algebra

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One type of common factor is the LCD or Least Common Denominator. How could you use the LCD to simplify say this problem:

(1/12)x^2 + (1/6)x - 2 = 0

First of all, what is the LCD of the three terms in the polynomial?

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LCD can be used to simplify expressions involving fractions.

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