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  • 5 years ago

How do I get the lowest common multiple with: 2233 and 333?

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  1. anonymous
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    How do I get the lowest common multiple of 36, 27. Ignore first question...

  2. anonymous
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    you find a number that will divide evenly into both of your numbers

  3. anonymous
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    I know that...

  4. anonymous
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    The first question was more fun - if a little weird, considering they were coprime.

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    The answer is 3

  6. anonymous
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    The answer isn't 3 ^

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    Ok

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    my bad i was thinking about something else geesh

  9. anonymous
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    36 = 4 * 9 27 = 3 * 9 Does that help?

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    ?

  11. anonymous
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    36 = 4 X 9 27 = 3 X 9

  12. anonymous
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    To find the lowest common multiple, you can find their highest common factor first. i.e. if n = 5 * k and m = 7 * k , their lowest common multiple is 5 * 7 * k Or you can write out their multiples until one is the same.

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    ????????

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    ????

  15. anonymous
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    newton

  16. anonymous
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    The LCM is 108

  17. anonymous
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    The lowest common multiple is 3 x 4 x 9

  18. anonymous
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    plz help me write my essay

  19. anonymous
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    inewton

  20. anonymous
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    I don't know k and m.

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    its 108

  22. anonymous
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    ok

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    i newtown

  24. anonymous
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    It was just an example. I was trying to help you learn a method yo can apply again and not tell you the answer.

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    newtom

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    Mary I'm not going to write your essay, now go away.

  27. anonymous
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    ok but plz

  28. anonymous
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    The lcm is 108

  29. anonymous
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    Why ON EARTH would I write your essay.

  30. anonymous
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    108 = 3 x 4 x 9 ....

  31. anonymous
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    that helps me its due tommorow

  32. anonymous
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    He said no so NO.

  33. anonymous
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    model chic how did you figure it out?

  34. anonymous
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    I wrote out all the multiples

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    Thank you all...

  36. anonymous
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    I don't have any more questions...

  37. anonymous
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    Thank you INewton and model_chic13 for helping me...

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