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I have trouble finding the greatest and least common denominator of numbers, can anyone give me some advise. Such as to find the LCM of set of 42 and 63. I thought the LCM would be 42, but again this is not correct. HELP

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    for the first one is 7 because 7x6=42 & 7x9=63

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