Q: What is the lowest number that 7 and 40 both go into?

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When no whole number will not go into both the numerator and the denominator evenly.

To turn fractions into their lowest terms, simply divide the two numbers by a number that goes into them both. Example: 16/8. Devide by 8, which goes into both, and get 2/1 AKA 2. If a number doesn't go into both, it's the "lowest term"

If your stuck go for the lowest common multiple, multiply 6x9 and then you have a number that is divisible by both. (54)

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341000 is the lowest number that both will go into.

63

The number is 120.

Their lowest common factor is 360 . There are an infinite number of more examples.

Their HCF is 8

One.

the Least Common Multiple, or "LCM" of a number is the lowest possible number that a set of numbers can go into. for example, if you have a set of 12 and 7, the lowest common multiple would be 84, because that's the lowest number they both go into.

When no whole number will not go into both the numerator and the denominator evenly.

40 and 63 have no common prime factors.

To turn fractions into their lowest terms, simply divide the two numbers by a number that goes into them both. Example: 16/8. Devide by 8, which goes into both, and get 2/1 AKA 2. If a number doesn't go into both, it's the "lowest term"

Either 1 or 40

The lowest common multiple of 26 and 3 is 78