The LCM of both numbers is 84
The LCM of both numbers is 156
The LCM of both numbers is 60
The HCF of both numbers is 11
The LCM of both numbers is 110
The LCM of both numbers is 924
9 and 11 both go into 99.
The HCF of both numbers is 1
The LCM of the given two numbers is 22
132 and multiples thereof.
The LCM of the given numbers is 1716
Any multiple of 132.
3 and 11 are both prime numbers. The only factor they have in common is 1.
The LCM of the numbers 6 and 12 is 12. This is lowest number that will go into both number evenly.
There are 2 numbers that go into both 10 and 12. They are 1 and 2.
The numbers 7 and 11 divide into 77 evenly. We know that 7 x 11 = 77, and as 7 and 11 are both prime numbers, there are no other numbers that go into 77 evenly.
you look at 4 and 12 and see what can go into both numbers evenly then you divide and you get your answer
The common factors are: 1, 2, 4
No, but these numbers can: 1, 2, 11, 22, 121, 242.
1 and 3 will go into both numbers evenly leaving no remainders
11 is prime, so it won't have any factors in common with 12. In this case multiply them and get 132, the LCM.There are many methods of finding the LCM of two numbers.Method 1:Method of prime factorization is one of the methods.Prime factorization of 11 = 11(11 is prime)Prime factorization of 12 = 2x2x3Is there anything common in the factorization of both numbers? Nothing, so in this case we multiply 11 and 12 to get our LCM: 11 x 12 =132.Method 2:There is a relation between LCM and GCF of two numbers a and b:LCM(a,b) x GCF(a,b) = Product of a and bSince 11 and 12 are consecutive numbers then their GCF is 1 and product of 11 and 12 is 132.Putting the values in the relation we get:LCM(11,12) x 1 = 132LCM(11,12) = 132/1 = 132Not every time we need to go through these methods, here is a trick to remember: LCM of two consecutive numbers is equal to their product.11 and 12 are consecutive numbers so their LCM is 11 x 12 = 132.
1 and 11.
Four can go into both of these numbers. 52/12 divide by four 13/3
1 and 11.