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The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.


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  • the greatest common FACTOR (the greatest number which divides into 14 and 21 without remainder): gcf(14, 21) = 7;
  • the LOWEST common multiple (the smallest number which is a positive multiple of both 14 and 21): lcm(14, 21) = 42
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