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Q: What are two numbers whose LCM is less than their product?

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No. Their product is always greater than 0.

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No, the product of two positive mixed numbers can never be less than one.

27 and 29 I did this in my head by applying certain rules: the two numbers had to end in 7 and 9 it's the only way I could think other 1 and 3 to get a 3 at the end of the product they both had to be bigger than 20 and smaller than 30 smaller than twenty and the product is less than 400, bigger than 30 and the product is bigger than 900 After applying these two rules, the only possible answer was 27 and 29

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4 and 6 6 and 8 Any time the two numbers have a common factor, their LCM will be less than the product because the common factor contributes to the LCM fewer times than it contributes to the product.

They are: 2*37 = 74

The product of the prime numbers less than 100 is 2.3055679639455188e+36

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If their GCF is 1, their LCM is their product. If their GCF is greater than 1, their LCM is less than their product.

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They are: 10*12 = 120

No. The product of two negative numbers is positive.

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Use a factor tree. 1955 391,5 23,17,5

5 x 17 x 23 = 1955.

No, the product of two positive mixed numbers can never be less than one.