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There is no greatest common multiple: for whatever value you say is the greatest I can always add their lowest common multiple and get an even greater common multiple.

There is a greatest common FACTOR and a LOWEST common multiple:

gcf(89, 35) = 1

lcm(89, 35) = 3115

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