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Q: What are two numbers that have GCF 3 and LCM 45?

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10 and 45. 10=5*2 10+45=55 45*2=90 45=5*9 10*9=90

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You need at least two numbers to find an LCM. If that's 9 and 45, the LCM is 45.

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