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A set of monomials are shown below..... What is the least common multiple (LCM) of the monomials? * will write them on white board*

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    |dw:1360338915865:dw|

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    oops thoes two have to be seperated from the 5

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    Help me please!

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    \[12x^3y^5,10x^3y^7,5x^6y^2\]?

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    the least common multiply of 12, 10 and 5 is 60 the least common multiple of \(x^3, x^3, x^6\) is \(x^6\) the least common multiple of \(y^5, y^7, y^2\) is \(y^7\)

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    your answer is therefore \[60x^6y^7\]

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    thank you!!!!!!!!!

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