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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

Help, I am totally confused on this problem..Find the LCM (4+7t),(16-49t^(2)),(4-7t)

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  1. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    16-49t^2 = (4+7t)(4-7t). So, LCM must be 16-49t^2.

  2. anonymous
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    than you...how did you figure that out, I am confused on how to get it..

  3. anonymous
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    LCM is the least common multiple. The other two terms given are factors of 16-49t^2. So, the "common" multiple has to be this term. It is least because there is no other factor but just the three.

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    oh ok...i see what you did, thanks again GT..

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