Calculate the least common multiple, LCM, by two methods: either the prime factorization of numbers, numbers' divisibility, or the Euclidean algorithm

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Calculate the least common multiple of the numbers, LCM:

Method 1: Run the prime factorization of the numbers - then multiply all the prime factors of the numbers, taken by the largest exponents.

Method 2: The Euclidean algorithm:
lcm (a; b) = (a × b) / gcf (a; b)

Method 3: The divisibility of the numbers.

The least common multiple, LCM: the latest 13 calculated values

The LCM of 495 and 999 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 6 and 9 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 24 and 10 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 3 and 3,801 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 25,152 and 12,156 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 4,978 and 2 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 84 and 95 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 1,454 and 33 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 1,282 and 7 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 125 and 500 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 210 and 42 = ? Jan 30 15:51 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 8 and 4,599 = ? Jan 30 15:50 UTC (GMT)
The LCM of 17 and 136 = ? Jan 30 15:50 UTC (GMT)
The least common multiple, LCM: the list of all the operations

The least common multiple (lcm). What it is and how to calculate it.

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The Euclidean Algorithm

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