Q: What is GCM of 32 and 48?

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16, 32 and 48

x² + 8x - 48 = (x + 12)(x - 4) x² + 8x + 48 = (4+(√32)i)(4-(√32)i)

24

8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 72, 80

30

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LCM(48, 72, 96) = 288 There is no GCM because any multiple of 288 is a common multiple. If any number lays claim to being a GCM, then that number+288 will also be a common multiple and will be greater. And 288 more will be greater still. And so on.

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32+48

32 positive or +32

48 + 32 = 80

32/48

48/32 x 100 = 150 Therefore, 48 is 150 percent of 32.