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.
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.
No. They are multiplicands.
When they have no common prime factors.
How about 8*25 = 200 as one example
No. You can always find a common multiple by multiplying two numbers together. It will only be the least common multiple if the numbers have no common factors other than one.
Any number that is a product of another two numbers. For example, 2x2=4, therefore 4 is a multiple of 2. You can find multiples by multiplying two numbers together; the product is a multiple of both the multiplicand and multiplier.
A number that is a multiple oof two or numbers is called a common multiple
SQUARED means when two numbers are the same and they multiple together to get a product but the numbers are factors of product
Factors are just numbers. Multiplying two numbers together should already be a part of your skill set.