Q: Which phrase of matter is the least common earth?

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Umm, Lowest Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor. Not Lowest Common Factor (Which would always be 1 no matter what the numbers are). If you meant LCM: 126 If you meant GCF: 6

That's the least common denominator or LCD.

The least common denominator.

It doesn't matter what method you use, you still need at least two numbers to find something in common.

The least common multiple of two or more denominators is known as the least common denominator, or LCD.

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