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Understanding abbreviations

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Description:  Relating LCD and GCD to LCM and GCF
Level:  Elementary
Math topic:  Communicating Math
Ed. topic:  Writing/Communication in Math

Original Question/Response
12 Jun 00   Understanding abbreviations by Flame
12 Jun 00   Re: Understanding abbreviations by Pat Ballew
13 Jun 00   Re: Understanding abbreviation by Pat Ballew

Public Discussion
28 Jun 00   HELP... Greatest Common Factors by Cathy Sell
28 Jun 00        Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by Suzanne A.
26 Sep 07            Re: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by Kimberly Smith
27 Oct 07                Re: Re: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by joe
27 Oct 07            Re: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by Joe
04 Sep 08            Re: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by Loria
20 Oct 08            Re: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by jac yates
20 Oct 08            Re: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by jac yates
05 Nov 08            Re: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by emma
16 Apr 09            Re: Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by Ann
23 Oct 09            thank you by student of DC-G
28 Jun 00        Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by Jeanne
16 Sep 08        Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by mackenzie
16 Sep 08        Re: HELP... Greatest Common Factors by mackenzie
23 Nov 02   understanding abbreviations by Bev Yager
11 Sep 03   Math by Nathan
01 May 07   megalitres by Yr 6
27 Oct 07        Re: megalitres by Suzanne Alejandre
17 Nov 08   gcf by Bridget

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