LCM is used to find the lowest common denominator in fractions HCF is used to reduce fractions to their simplest terms
The product of the GCF and the LCM of two numbers is equal to the product of the original two numbers. Multiply the GCF and the LCM. The original two numbers will be another factor pair of that total. Find the factor pair that has that GCF and LCM.
LCM(3, 125) = 375
The LCM is: 375The LCM is: 375
LCM = Product/HCF = 384
if the product of two numbers is 810 if there hcf is 9 find Lcm
Most times the question will specify "find the HCF" or "find the LCM." If you're trying to find common denominators, that's an LCM problem. If you're trying to reduce fractions, that's an HCF problem.
The LCM is 417.
The LCM is 834.
Yes: product of a & b = LCM x HCF so b = (LCM x HCF)/a
LCM is 20 and the hcf is 10
You cannot. The numbers 2 and 12 have hcf = 2 and LCM = 12 The numbers 4 and 6 also have hcf = 2 and LCM = 12 So if you just knew the hcf and LCM you would not know which of the two was the required pair.
HCF = 3... LCM = 18 !
HCF is 48 and LCM is 576
hcf = 42, lcm = 84.
HCF is 60 and the LCM is 360