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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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All the numbers less than 100 that are the product of exactly three different prime numbers are 30, 42, 66, 70, and 78.

The product of all whole numbers except zero that are less than or equal to a numbr is a factorial number.

All the numbers less than 100 that are the product of exactly three different prime numbers are 30, 42, 66, 70, and 78. Need to know how to get the answer

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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.

No. The product of two negative numbers is positive.

If the two numbers have no prime factors in common, their LCM will be their product. If there are prime factors in common, their LCM will be less than their product.

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If the GCF of the two numbers is 1, the LCM will be their product. IF the GCF is greater than one, the LCM will be less than the product.

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