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A multiple of a number x is xy where y is any integer. For example, multiples of 3 include 12 (3x4) 15 (3x5) and 36 (3x12)

A common multiple of x and z is any number that can be expressed as a multiple of x or z. For instance 36 is a common multiple of 3 and 4, as it is a multiple of both.

The term "greatest" means the highest valued number. For instance, the greatest out of 4, 68 and 20 is 68. It makes no sense to speak of a "greatest common multiple" as common multiples will go up to infinity. If I have a common multiple m, then 2m, 3m, 4m and so on will also be common multiples.

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The definition of the greatest common multiple of any two numbers is an infinite number.

The greatest common multiple is infinite.

The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.

Don't you mean least common multiple? The least common multiple is 210.

There can be no greatest common multiple. If x were the greatest common multiple, then 2x would be a still greater common multiple. So x could not be the greatest. Thus there is no such thing as a greatest common multiple.

There is no greatest common multiple of any integers as whatever number is said to be it, the lowest common multiple of the numbers can be added to get an even greater common multiple. If you mean least common multiple (the lowest (positive) integer that can be divided by the numbers without a remainder), the answer is 312. If you mean the greatest common factor (the greatest (positive) integer that can divide into the numbers without any remainder). the answer is 4.

The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.

The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.

The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.

The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.

The greatest common multiple is astronomical and irrelevant. The greatest common factor is 3. The least common multiple is 105.

The greatest common multiple is infinitely large, the least common multiple is 1365, the greatest common factor is 1.

I think you mean either:greatest common factor of 45 and 100 which is 5orlowest common multiple of 45 and 100 which is 900

There can never be a greatest common multiple. If a number, X, is claimed as the greatest common multiple, the 2X is a common multiple, and it is greater than X which contradicts X being the greatest.

There is NO greatest common multiple. Suppose x is the greatest common multiple. Then, it is easy to show that 2x will be a common multiple and 2x > x so x cannot be the greatest.

There is no greatest common multiple - whatever common multiple you come up with as the greatest one I can add their lowest common multiple (45162) and get an even higher multiple. There is a greatest common factor, which for 3474 and 26 is 2.

The greatest common multiple is an infinite amount.

There is no such thing as a Greatest Common Multiple.

The greatest common multiple is infinite.

The greatest common multiple is infinite.

There is no (Greatest Common Multiple) as this would be infinity.You can have Lowest Common Multiple (18 in this case), orGreatest Common Factor (6 in this case).

The greatest common FACTOR of 90 and 108 is 18. The LEAST common multiple is 540. There can be no greatest common multiple since double that number will be a greater common multiple.

There is no greatest common multiples for whatever common multiple is claimed to be the greatest the lowest common multiple of the numbers (in this case 15) can be added to get an even greater common multiple.

The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.