Q: What is a least common multiple of 6 w and w?

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The factors of W.

W(1 + 1)

6(w + 3)

Let's call G the gcd and L the LCM of two numbers W and A ( for Wiki Answers) We know LG=WA and we are told L=90 and G=3So we have LG=270 Now, we are also told W=A+3 So let's substitute, 270=WA=A(A+3)so we have A^2+3A-270=0Now factor this (x-15)(x+18)=0 so x= 15 is one answer and x=15+3=18 is the other number. Let's check and see if it works. 1. 18=15+3 so that condition is satisfied2. GCD is 3 and the LCM is 90 as desired.So we are done and the answer is: 15 and 18

The GCF and LCM of W and W is the absolute value of W.

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