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i tried one on my own tell me if im correct the least common multiple of 252 and 24 is 4

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now you're doing GGF... do you want LCM or GCF??
The LCM of 252 and 24 is 1512.
i want the lowest common miltiple lcm of 252 and 24 i got 4

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a multiple is a number that results from MULTIPLYING a number. a factor results from DIVIDING. 4 is what you get when you DIVIDE 24 adn 252... not multiply.
im sorry for asking so many questions so i suppose to mulitply every number until i get the lowest of them both the same meaning keep multiplying till both 24 and 252 has the same number that goes into them both equally right or am i still stuck
yes, that is not the fastest way, but that is probably the simplest to explain online.
ok ill try the next one see if i get it

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