## ← The LCD for Complex Fractions - Visualizing Algebra

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1. To find the LCD of these three denominators, we want to find the highest power
2. of each factor that appears in any denominator. We know four is already a factor
3. of eight, so we really just want to find the greatest common denominator for x
4. and eight. The only common factors for x and eight are one, so we'll have x
5. times 1 times 8, which equals 8x, our lowest common denominator.