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Least common multiple
Life is good, but it can always get better. Just imagine being able to find the smallest number that is a multiple of two other numbers! Other than making your life more fulfilling, it will allow you to do incredible things like adding fractions.
Sal finds the lcm (least common multiple) of 12 and 36, and of 12 and 18. He shows how to do that using the prime factorization method, which is a just great!
Sal finds the lcm (least common multiple) of 25 and 30.
This least common multiple example gives us 3 numbers from which to find the lcm. This is a challenge, but fun. Do it with us!
Find the lcm (least common multiple) of pairs of integers.