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on june 1 meg and john went swimming. if meg swims every third day and john swims every fith day when will they swim together?

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  1. MetalPen
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    For this you need to find the LCM; lowest common multiple.

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  2. MetalPen
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    15.

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  3. MetalPen
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    Want to know hooooow?

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  4. kennethreynold8
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    Use the least common multiple: the 15TH day.

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  5. livliv2000
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    you really stink at teachin huh!

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  6. MetalPen
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    ?

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  7. livliv2000
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    not you everyone givin me the answer

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  8. MetalPen
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    Okay so you want to know how?

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  9. livliv2000
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    i got it

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  10. MetalPen
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    Okay.

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  11. livliv2000
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    wait how do i find the lcm

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  12. MetalPen
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    I'll give you an example okay? Because 5 and 3 are prime numbers

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  13. livliv2000
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    kk

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  14. MetalPen
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    |dw:1326931682544:dw|

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  15. MetalPen
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    Here I used 2, 8, and 12

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  16. MetalPen
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    You decide what number goes into all of the #s your are using, and then divide them all by that.

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  17. livliv2000
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    whats 26x3

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  18. MetalPen
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    When you are done you multiply all of the numbers on the side and the bottom together.

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    78

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    what is the lcm of 26 4 7

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  21. MetalPen
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    Ummmm.

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  22. livliv2000
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    how old are you

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  23. MetalPen
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    Why, how old do you think I am?

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  24. livliv2000
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    20;s

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  25. MetalPen
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    Lol

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  26. MetalPen
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    Ya know I'm not sure how to get the LCM, but I think you just multiply everything together. Don't hold me on that!

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  27. MetalPen
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    And I'm much younger than 20. If I was 20, I'd be a really stupid 20 year old.

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  28. MetalPen
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    Yeah. I guess.

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  29. MetalPen
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    I'm afraid I shall not.

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  30. MetalPen
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    Au revoir.

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  31. MetalPen
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    Et non.

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  32. livliv2000
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    ?

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  33. MetalPen
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    Je m'appelle..... rien.

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  34. MetalPen
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    My name is nothing.

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  35. MetalPen
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    Goodbye.

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