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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

I need help finding the GCD and LCM of the following using the prime factorization method and I have no clue!! a. 11 and 19 b. 140 and 320 c. 800, 75, and 450 d. 104 and 320

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  1. anonymous
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    ok so prime factorization = find the prime numbers that multiply together to make the original number

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    a. 1 and 1, since there are no prime numbers that divide into 11 and 19 (in fact those are also prime)

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