Q: What is the gcd of 6 and 10?

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The GCD of 6, 12 is 6.

Euclid's algorithm is a popular algorithm to compute the GCD of two numbers. Algorithm: Gcd(a,b) = Gcd(b, a mod b), where a>=b and Gcd(a,0) = a Say we want to find the GCD of 72 and 105. 105 mod 72 = 33, so GCD(72,105) = GCD(33,72) 72 mod 33 = 6, so GCD(33,72) = GCD(6,33) 33 mod 6 = 3 so GCD(6,33) = GCD(3,6) 6 mod 3 = 0 so GCD(3,6) = GCD(0,3) = 3. So the GCD of 72 and 105 is 3.

The GCD (130, 140) = 10 The LCM (130, 140) = 1820

I think you mean either the GCD or the LCM? Not sure which since they are relatively prime, the LCM will the the product of the three numbers and the GCD is 1

GCD: 1 LCM: 60

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60=6*10, 126=6*21, so their gcd is 6.I hope ot is not too late for your homework.

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The GCD of 6, 12 is 6.

GCD: 6

The greatest common divisor (GCD) of 45 and 10 is 5.

The Greatest Common Divisor (GCD) for 6 8 is 2.

GCD(24, 90) = 6

The GCD of 48, 90 is 6.

GCD(66, 90) = 6

Since 6 is a factor of 18, it is automatically the GCF of this problem.

Euclid's algorithm is a popular algorithm to compute the GCD of two numbers. Algorithm: Gcd(a,b) = Gcd(b, a mod b), where a>=b and Gcd(a,0) = a Say we want to find the GCD of 72 and 105. 105 mod 72 = 33, so GCD(72,105) = GCD(33,72) 72 mod 33 = 6, so GCD(33,72) = GCD(6,33) 33 mod 6 = 3 so GCD(6,33) = GCD(3,6) 6 mod 3 = 0 so GCD(3,6) = GCD(0,3) = 3. So the GCD of 72 and 105 is 3.