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Express the fractions 3/4, 7/16, and 5/8 with the LCD. A. 9/16, 49/16, 36/16 B. 12/16, 7/16, 10/16 C. 24/32, 14/32, 24/32 D. 3/4, 2/4, 3/4
3/4, 7/16, and 5/8 expressed with the LCD is: B. 12/16, 7/16, 10/16
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User: Express the fractions 3/4, 7/16, and 5/8 with the LCD. A. 9/16, 49/16, 36/16 B. 12/16, 7/16, 10/16 C. 24/32, 14/32, 24/32 D. 3/4, 2/4, 3/4

Weegy: D. 24/32, 14/32, 24/32
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3/4, 7/16, and 5/8 expressed with the LCD is: B. 12/16, 7/16, 10/16
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