Q: What is the greatest common multiple of 90 and 120?

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Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 120 90 is 360.

The greatest common factor (GCF) of 90 and 105 is 15.

The set of (90,90) has a GCF and an LCM of 90.The set of (-90,-90) has a GCF and an LCM of 90.

Ummmmm. Your question has no answer as it is written. Either you want the greatest common factor or the least common multiple. Here is both. 36 factors to [2 2 3 3] 90 factors to [2 3 3 5] Common factors are [2 3 3] = 18 ◄ LCM is the product of both numbers divided by the GCF. 36 * 90 / 18 = 180 ◄

This cannot be answered because the common multiples of any two numbers are infinite.The greatest common multiple is an infinite number and not very practical.The GCF is 6.The LCM is 90.

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It is infinity but the lowest common multiple of 90 and 70 is 630

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