14 and 15
Multiplying two numbers together will create a common multiple. It is sometimes, but not always, the LCM as well.
Multiply any two numbers together. Their product will be a common multiple of the two.
To find the lowest common multiple you must have at least two numbers.
There aren't two positive consecutive numbers that have an LCM of 200.There aren't two positive consecutive numbers that are multiples of 7.Other than that...
You need at least two numbers to find an LCM.
Consecutive numbers can't both be multiples of 7. The LCM of consecutive numbers is their product. 14 and 15 are consecutive numbers whose LCM is a multiple of 7 that is greater than 200.
There is always going to be a LCM. Just multiply the two numbers together to get the a common multiple if you cant find one because the two numbers multiplied together is a common multiple.
The least common multiple of the numbers 200, 100 and 180 is 1,800.