You might be wondering, “What is the greatest common denominator of 100 and 40?” Well, it turns out that there isn’t one. The answer would depend on how you are measuring the numbers. If you counted the number of digits that are in both numbers (100 and 40), then they have an equal amount. If you count the total number of unique digits, it would be 20: four each for 100 and 40. You can think about this as dividing a pie into two pieces using different kinds or cuts–one piece is eight slices with three pieces per slice; one could also cut up their half of the pie into ten parts to make it fair. A common denominator here would mean finding a part which will equally distribute among all portions before cutting them up because there isn’t any specific part which is most representative of what we’re trying to measure when measuring these particular numbers. In other words, if someone wanted to

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