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Find each of the following.
(a) GCD(12, 26, 65)
(b) LCM(12, 26, 65)

the GCD for 12,26,65 is 1
that is, there is no divisor or common factor other than 1 which divides into all 3 numbers
for LCM
12 = 2x6
26 = 2x13
65 = 5x13
so we need 2x6x13x5 or 780
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