Q: What are the common multiplies of 12 and 13?

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936. All numbers divisible by 12 and 13 are multiplies of the lowest common multiple of 12 and 13 which is 156. 999 ÷ 156 = 621/52 ⇒ greatest multiple of 156 not bigger than 999 is 6 x 156 = 936.

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The LCM of 12 and 13 is 156.

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936. All numbers divisible by 12 and 13 are multiplies of the lowest common multiple of 12 and 13 which is 156. 999 ÷ 156 = 621/52 ⇒ greatest multiple of 156 not bigger than 999 is 6 x 156 = 936.

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The LCM of 12 and 13 is 156.

If they have a Prime multiple in common, then they are not co-prime numbers.Hence no 2 multiples of 13 exists to satisfy this condition.

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