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what is the lcm of -14a^3b^7 and 21a^5b^2
isit 7a^8b^9
what's the LCM of 14 and 21

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for the coefficent - LCM multiply the coefficient - what is the smallest number that both 14 and 21 divide evenly. So look at x^3 and x^5; Do you see that x^5 is the smallest monomial that both x^3 and x^5 divide evenly? ----- And looking at b^7 and b^2; Do you see that b^7 is the smallest?
now find the LCM of a^3 and a^5
wait do I divide 3 and 5
you just take the larger exponent so the LCM is a^5
the LCM of b^2 and b^7 is b^7
all together: LCM of -14a^3b^7 and 21a^5b^2 is 42a^5b^7
are you sure there is not that answer
what answer choices do you have
here is what I have 7a^8b^9 249a^8b^9 249a^3b^2 7a^3b^2
looks like you want the GCF (and not the LCM) then
I see the GCF in there, but not the LCM
agreed with Jim :)
oh yeah sorry guys
your answer for the 7 is correct, but for GCF and exponents; you take the smaller of the exponents
ok
so it would be 7a^3b^2
right
you are correct

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