No. You can only find the LCM of at least two numbers, prime or otherwise. The LCM of any two prime numbers is their product.
The prime factorization of 10 is 2 x 5. You need another number to find a GCF or LCM.
13 is a prime number and thus the the LCM of 13 and any number is 13 times that number. The LCM is: 234
Multiply them together.
Find the LCM of the first two numbers and then find the LCM of that number and the third one. That answer will be the LCM of all three.
2 is the least prime number.
If the second number is a multiple of the prime number, than the LCM is the second number. If the second number is not a multiple of the prime number, then the two numbers are relatively prime, and the LCM is the product of the two numbers.
Prime numbers help you to find the LCM and the GCF.
The prime factorization of 4 is 2 x 2. It is not possible to find the LCM of a single number.
That appears to be the prime factorization of 14175. If you compare that to the prime factorization of another number, you will be able to find the LCM between the two.
You need at least two numbers to find an LCM. It doesn't matter whether they are prime or composite.
The LCM of a set of prime numbers is their product.
11 is a prime number.
To find the GCF and the LCM you have to first at least try to use prime factorization. So use factor trees. Or for the LCM find th least common multiples of the number.
Firstly, the LCM f a single number is the number itself.The LCM of many numbers is found by dividing the numbers with the smallest prime numbers until the numbers are completely divided and the remainder is zero.Then all the prime numbers used for dividing is multiplied and the LCM is found.
The LCM of two numbers is the product of the numbers if one of the numbers is a prime. Since 11 is a prime, the LCM of 10 and 11 is 110 (10 x 11). If neither number had been a prime, the LCM would have been the product of all the prime factors of the numbers to their greatest power.
a and b have no common prime factors. Their LCM is their product.