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11. What's the least common denominator of 3 4, 4 5, and 2 3?
The least common denominator of 3/4,4/5,2/3 is 60.
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The least common denominator of 3/4,4/5,2/3 is 60.

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For a popular Broadway musical, the theater box office sold 356 tickets at $80 apiece, 275 tickets at $60 apiece, and 369 tickets at $45 apiece. Tickets sold = 356 *80+ 275 *60 + 369 *45 = 28480 + 16500 + 16605 = $61,585.
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19. Select the proper inverse operation to check the answer to 14 + 17 = 31.
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14 + 17 = 31; The proper inverse operation to check the answer: 31 - 17 =14.
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