Q: What numbers make up the LCM of 1080?

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This will be difficult to answer accurately if we don't know the given number, so we'll make one up. 36. Two pairs of numbers with an LCM of 36 are 4,9 and 12,18.

45 and 10

The Least Common Multiple (LCM) of (6,7,8) is 168.We can calculate the LCM of three numbers by splitting it up into two LCM calculations. First, we will find the LCM of any two numbers, and then find the LCM of that number, and the last number.To start, let's find the LCM of 6 and 8. The only common factors of 6 and 8 are 1 and 2, so we will multiply those two numbers to get 2, and divide the 6x8 by 2, getting 24.Now we need to find LCM(24, 7). The only common factor of 24 and 7 is 1, so the LCM of 6, 7, and 8 is (24x7)/1=168.

For any two natural numbers a and b:Product of a and b = LCM(a,b) x GCF(a,b)Let one of the numbers be y, then other number = (55 - y)So,y(55 - y) = 450 x 555y - y2 = 2250On solving the equation we gety = 5/2(11 Â± i(239)1/2)where i = (-1)1/2Solutions of the given equation are two complex numbers but according to question we need natural numbers. Since GCF and LCM are defined for natural numbers then there exists no value of y for which the given conditions are true.

I am not sure if any two consecutive numbers can add up to an even number.

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You can find the GCF of two numbers by dividing their product by their LCM. The LCM of 30 and 42 is 210. What is their GCF? 30 x 42 = 1260 divided by 210 = 6 The GCF of 30 and 42 is 6.

This will be difficult to answer accurately if we don't know the given number, so we'll make one up. 36. Two pairs of numbers with an LCM of 36 are 4,9 and 12,18.

45 and 10

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The LCM refers to whole numbers. What you do with them is up to you, just make sure the values are the same. 1 yard = 3 feet. The LCM of 2 and 3 is 6.

The interior angles of an 8 sided octagon add up to 1080 degrees

If you use the "list the multiples" method of finding the LCM, it is likely that the lists and the size of the numbers on the list will increase as the numbers you are comparing get larger. If you learn the "prime factorization" method, you can avoid that.

To figure out the LCM you should first find out how your number should be written using it's prime factors.Eg. 28=2x2x7 as all these numbers are prime#24=2x2x2x3The LCM will then be the product of these numbers you have just found(note. for 28 you have 2x2 and for 24 you have 2x2x2. It is not necessary to use 2x2x2x2x2. all you need to have is 2x2x2 as this is the largest amount of that number used to make up 24 or 28.)eg. LCM = 2x2x2x3x7=168Hopefully that helps and is not too confusing!