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two monomials are shown below 450x2y5 3000x4y3 What is the least common multiple of these monomials? a. 2xy b. 30xy c.150 x2 y3 d. 9000 x4 y5

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I said C because 450 and 3000's lowest common factor is 150 and then you find the least common factor of the x and y 2 and 3.
least common multiple or greatest common factor?
if it's gcf, the answer is c. if it's lcm, it's neither

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that's what I meant. gcf.
well the question says lcm. that's why i'm unsure
common multiple (:
then the answer isn't there
just common multiple?
it says least common multiple
I know, the dude said diff.
and 3000 x 450 = 1350000
gcf is multiplying numbers to equal the total..
not together
but we're trying to find the lcm lol
i know you still don't multiply them together
...
what
the asker isn't even here, so i doesn't matter
haha okay!
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