A common multiple is a number that two or more other numbers can both go into. For example, a common multiple of 2, 4, and 6 would be 12.
Not sure what you mean by a "comman" multiple, but a commonmultiple of a set of numbers is a number that is a multiple of each number in the set. That is, it is in the multiplication table of each of the numbers in the set. Note, though, that for this purpose, the multiplication tables do not stop at 10 times or 12 times.
All numbers have multiples. Some numbers have some of the same multiples as other numbers. These are known as common multiples.
18 is a multiple of 6.
18 is a multiple of 9.
18 is a common multiple of 6 and 9.
All numbers have multiples. Some numbers have the same multiples as other numbers. These are called "common multiples."
12 is a multiple of 3.
12 is a multiple of 4.
12 is a common multiple of 3 and 4.
That refers to a number that is a multiple of every number in a set. Usually the numbers are assumed to be natural numbers. For example, 48 is a common multiple of 8 and 6, since it is a multiple of both. In general, the product of two numbers is a common multiple of both - though not necessarily the LEAST common multiple (in this example, the least common multiple is 24). All common multiples of a set of numbers are multiples of their least common multiple. For example, 24 is a common multiple of 8 and 6, therefore 48 (= 2 x 24) and 72 (= 3 x 24) are also common multiples of both.
There is no highest common multiple. Whatever common multiple you come up with as being their highest common multiple, I can always add their lowest common multiple (120) to get a higher common multiple.
The greatest common multiple is infinite.
The easiest way is to multiply the numbers together. The answer won't necessarily be the least common multiple, but it will be a common multiple. The easiest way to get a common multiple is to multiply the numbers together. The result will not necessarily be the least common multiple, but it will be a common multiple.
A common multiple is a multiple that two or more given numbers have in common. 16 is not a common multiple of 7 and 8. 16 is a common multiple of 4 and 8. So, it depends on the numbers for which you are trying to find a common multiple.
It is called a common multiple!
Lowest Common Multiple-the smallest number that is a multiple of all the numbers in a given set; same as least common multiple. Example-for 6,9, and 18, 18 is the lowest common multiple. =]its lowest common multiple
"most common multiple" is not a recognised mathematical term. 48 is a common multiple, but it is not the Least Common Multiple (LCM).
There is NO greatest common multiple because I can always add another lowest common multiple and get an ever greater number that is a common multiple.
The LCM is 24. Any multiple of 24 is common.
Any multiple of 56.
There is no "most common multiple". To find all common multiples, you start by finding the least common multiple. All other common multiples are multiples of this least common multiple.
No common multiple