Q: When do you use LCM in math?

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LCM is an abbreviation for "least common multiple."

If I was trying to find a least common multiple, I would use multiplication.

You need at least two numbers to find an LCM.

The LCM stands for the lowest common multiple as for example the LCM of 3 and 5 is 15

The Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 10 12 is 60.

The LCM of the number 28 are 4 and 8. This is taught in math.

The LCM of the number 6 and 10 would be 2. This is taught in math.

48

lowest common multiple

Lowest common multiple

The LCM for the number 2,4 and 10 is 2. This is taught in math.

The LCM factor for 2,3 and 10 would be 30. This is a math problem.

The LCM is: 48

Lowest Common Multiple I Think (I) .

None is particularly hard if you use Euclid's algorithm to find the greatest common factor first, then use the fact that for any two numbers "a" and "b": lcm(a, b) x gcf(a, b) = a x b.

the lcd is the least common denominator but the LCM is the least common multiple.

You use math in your everyday life! You use math when you are paying for something @ the store. You use math in a classroom and you can use your knowledge of math to share with others younger or older than you. That is how you can use math.

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LCM means lowest common multiple

Least Common Multiple

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I think it means Least Common Multiple...

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they use math by counting.

how do they use math