It is infinite but the lowest common multiple is 288
The least common multiple of 32 and 72 is 288.
Least common multiple for 32 and 72 is 288.
There is no greatest common multiple. Whatever value you may come up with, I can always add their lowest common multiple (72) to get a higher common multiple.
The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.
The greatest common multiple of any set of numbers is infinite.
There is no greatest common multiple of two (or more) numbers: whatever number you come up with as the greatest common multiple I can always add their lowest common multiple to get an even higher common multiple. If you meant the LOWEST common multiple (the least number that both divide into with a remainder) then lcm(72, 180) = 360. If you meant the greatest common FACTOR (the greatest number that divides into both), then gcf(72, 180) = 36.
The Least Common Multiple of two numbers is equal to their product divided by their greatest common factor.The greatest common factor of 72 and 42 is 6, so their Least Common Multiple is 72 * 42 / 6 = 504.
The greatest common multiple is an infinite amount and not very practical for problem solving.
There is no greatest common multiple as whatever number is claimed to be the greatest, the lowest common multiple of them (216) can be added to get an even greater common multiple.
No. Nobody can. There's no such thing as the 'greatest common multiple'. If somebody brings you a number and tells you that it's the greatest common multiple of 72 and 120, just bring it to me. I'll add 360 to it and get a common multiple that's even greater.
GCF(16, 32, 72) = 8.
9 and 72, respectively.