• Using the appropriate LCM for fraction calculation

    Posted on January 31, 2017 by in General

    Using appropriate LCM

    Getting the hang of using the appropriate LCM (Least Common Multiples) as the denominator for calculation involving fractions pose a real problem to some students. This is especially true for expressions having more than 2 components. In this video I demonstrate the appropriate way to deal with obtaining the appropriate LCM for multiple components.

    Posted by Just-Math Mathematics Development Center on Thursday, January 19, 2017

    Getting the hang of using the appropriate LCM (Least Common Multiples) as the denominator for calculation involving fractions pose a real problem to some students. This is especially true for expressions having more than 2 components. In this video I demonstrate the appropriate way to deal with obtaining the appropriate LCM for multiple components.

    In Just-Math we have specially designed worksheets with appropriate materials to train students to quickly be able to identify LCM (Least Common Multiples) for appropriate sets of numbers. Without the appropriate materials for training, students would find it difficult to identify appropriate LCM to be used. They usually resulted in using numbers that are far too large and would result in having to deal with larger numbers. As numbers gets larger, the probablity of wrong calculation would result.

    We also have materials that supports the learning leading to better use of number skills in dealing with calculation.

    Do come and visit us at our center at 32-B Medan Angsana 2, 11500 Air Itam, Farlim, Penang, Malaysia. We will explain to you why it is appropriate to have a good number feel to excel in mathematics. You can also come in with your child to take an assessment, free of charge, to determine their current ability in mathematics. From the assessment, we will explain to you what is presently lacking in your child’s skills in mathematics.

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