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There can only be one LEAST Common Multiple. Since the three numbers are co-prime, their LCM is the same as their product, that is, LCM(4, 37, 69) = 4 * 37 * 69 = 10,212 [Two numbers are co-prime if they have no factor in common. The numbers, themselves, need not be prime.]

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