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Q: Why do you calculate the LCM?

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A, B and C aren't numbers, they're letters. Probably variables. Without knowing what numbers they represent, we can't calculate their LCM.

The LCM is: 10The LCM is 10.

The LCM of these numbers is 594. LCM is Least Common Multiple.

The LCM of these numbers is 240. LCM is Least Common Multiple.

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You don't. The LCM refers to integers only.

You need at least two numbers to find an LCM.

The LCM is defined as being a positive integer. Ignore the negative signs. Calculate as if everything's positive.

Just write a method or function that calculates the LCM for two numbers at a time. Then calculate the LCM for the first two numbers, get the LCM of the result with the third number, etc.Just write a method or function that calculates the LCM for two numbers at a time. Then calculate the LCM for the first two numbers, get the LCM of the result with the third number, etc.Just write a method or function that calculates the LCM for two numbers at a time. Then calculate the LCM for the first two numbers, get the LCM of the result with the third number, etc.Just write a method or function that calculates the LCM for two numbers at a time. Then calculate the LCM for the first two numbers, get the LCM of the result with the third number, etc.

Since 100 is a multiple of 5, it is automatically the LCM. No calculations necessary.

The LCM of one number is itself. LCM involves two or more numbers.

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The LCM of 28 and 16 is 112 The LCM of 2, 8 and 16 is 16

Since 15 and 17 are coprime, their LCM = 15*17 = 255

By making a table of multiples and finding when the multiples for every number is the same.

yeah program it... :)

Find the LCM and multiply it by 9.

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