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There is no "greatest common multiple" for any pair of numbers. If you meant greatest common factor, the answer is 3.

The greatest common multiple is an infinite amount.

21 is the LCM, but multiples go on forever, so there is no upper limit, or greatest common multiple.

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

The Greatest common multiple of 33 and 6 is 3.

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.

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.

Any multiple of the least common multiple (264) is a common multiple, so there is no greatest.

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 LCM or least common multiple of 3 and 5 is 15.The GCF or greatest common factor of 3 and 5 is 1.

The greatest common multiple is an infinite amount and not very practical for problem solving.

The greatest common multiple is an infinite amount and not very practical for problem solving.

There is no greatest common multiple: for whatever value you say is the greatest I can always add their lowest common multiple and get an even greater common multiple.There is a greatest common FACTOR or a LOWEST common multiple:gcf(27, 6) = 3lcm(27, 6) = 54Using the factorisation method:27 = 3³6 = 2 x 3hcf = 3lcm = 2 x 3³ = 54

There is NO greatest common multiple: whatever value you come up with, I can always add their lowest common multiple (which is 120) and get an even greater common multiple.

There is no 'greatest common multiple' of any two numbers. You can keep multiplying towards infinity and you will never reach a maximum. You may either be thinking of... ...the least common multiple of 3 and 4, which is 12. ...the greatest common denominator of 3 and 4, which is 1.

Least Common Multiple:21 Greatest Common Factor:1

The least common multiple is 30. The greatest common factor is 3.

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There is no such thing as a "greatest common multiple" of a set of numbers. Once you find ANY common multiple (for example, by multiplying the two numbers), that common multiple times 2, or times 3, etc. will also be a common multiple.For many practical problems, you are usually required to find either:The least common multiple, or The greatest common factor.

24 is the highest common multiple of 3 and 8

The least common multiple of 2 and 3 is: 6The least common multiple of two numbers is the product of the two numbers divided by their greatest common factor. 2 and 3 are both prime, so their greatest common factor is 1.6

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