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Q: What is the LCM of 4 and X find 3 possible values of X?

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Find the possible values of r in the inequality 5 > r - 3.Answer: r < 8

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For the values: 16, 3, 2 the LCM is: 48

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For the values: 36, 9, 3 the LCM is: 36

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To find the LCM of these values, we need to factor out each term. 28 = 2² x 7 36 = 6 x 6 = 2² x 3² Select the prime factor with the highest exponent and multiply all the "available" primes. The LCM turns out to be: LCM = 2² x 3² x 7 = 252. Therefore, the LCM of 28 and 36 is 252.