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Q: What are two numbers if the gfc is 9 and the LCM is 126?

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You need at least two numbers to find an LCM.

63 and 126 have an LCM of 126.

6 and 126 18 and 42

12 57

It is: 1

You need at least two numbers to find an LCM.

The product of the GCF and LCM of two numbers is equal to the product of the two numbers. The other number is 126.

If two numbers have no common factor greater then one, then their LCM is the two numbers multiplied together. Example: 9 and 14 have no common factors. Their LCM is 9 x 14, which is 126.

Very astute. The LCM and the GCF have an inverse relationship. Since their product equals the product of the original two numbers, the larger the GCF gets, the smaller the LCM is and vice versa.

Either 8 and 192 (themselves) or 24 and 64.

126 and 90 (trial and error gets you the answer)

The GCM of those two numbers is 2. And if you were wondering, the LCM is 12,978.

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