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How do you get the GCF and the LCM for 40 and 18?

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  1. anonymous
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    The GCF of 40 and 18 is 2 The LCM of 40 and 18 is 360

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    Thank you so much...

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    Can you show me how you got that?

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    Ok for 40 you have: 2,4, 5,10 for 18 you have, 2,3,6,9, 18 so the only number you have in common there is 2 so that is the gcf ok for lcm multiply 40 and 18 and you get 720 divide that by your gcf you get 360

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    Cool thank you...

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    You are welcome

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    Watch out just in case I have another Q K?

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    Ok i will

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    Is the GCF for 42 and 28, 84?

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    and the LCM is?

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