Identify the first three common multiples of 4,12,16 48, 96, 144
write the first three common. multiples of 3,4,5
There cannot be common multiples of a single number such as 345. Common multiples are multiples that two or more numbers have in common.
A single number cannot have common multiples, common multiples can only be shared by two or more numbers.
The first two common multiples of the pair of numbers 4 and 6 are: 12, 24.
its alot of numbers
Since 3 and 5 are both prime numbers, the only common factor of the two numbers is 1. Perhaps you are thinking of common multiples, the first two common multiples of the two numbers are 15 and 30.
It is not possible to write all the common multiples of two or more numbers.However, we can write as many as we want but first of all we have to find L.C.M. of 49 and 14 and the answer is 98.Also, multiples of 98 are the common multiples of 49 and 14.It means that multiples of least common factor of two or more numbers are the common multiples of the numbers.So, first five common multiples are 98x1, 98x2, 98x3, 98x4 and 98x5.
Add the first to itself.
A single number cannot have common multiples, until you are comparing it with one or more other numbers.
You can't have common multiples if they have nothing to be in common with however the first 3 multiples of 9 are 9,18 and 27 Think of just your times tables when finding out Multiples to find the first 5 multiples just count by 9's until you have said 5 numbers and Bingo
The common multiples of an set of numbers are the multiples of their lowest common multiple. lcm(7, 8, 9) = 504 → the first 3 common multiples of 7, 8, 9 are 504, 1008, 1512.
The common multiples of any two (or more) numbers are multiples of their lowest common multiple (lcm). lcm(9, 11) = 99 → first five common multiples are: 99, 198, 297, 396, 495
Their first three common multiples are the first three multiples of their lowest common multiples: 288, 576, 864.
All the common multiples of a set of numbers are the multiples of their lowest common multiple: lcm(5, 8, 10) = 40 → first three common multiples are 40, 80, 120
70, 140, 210
12, 24, 36
72, 144, 216
12, 24, 36
36, 72, 108
2 is the only common multiple with those three numbers.
To find common multiples of numbers, you would first identify their prime factors. However, in this case it is clear that there are no prime factors, as we have two prime numbers (3 and 5) and one number made up of uncommon prime factors (4 which is 2x2). So instead, the lowest common multiple will just be these three numbers multiplied together. 3x4x5=60. To find other common multiples of 3,4 and 5 we simply multiply 60 by an integer, such as 60x2, 60x3, 60x4, and so on. Thus the first few common multiples of 3, 4 and 5 are 60, 120, 180, 240, and 300
This will be difficult to answer accurately without knowing each set of numbers.
40, 80, 120