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if a=2^3*3^7*5^3*11^4 and b=2^2*3^5*7^2*11*13,find the following.(leave your anwer written with exponents)a.GCD b.LCM

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if a=2^3*3^7*5^3*11^4 and b=2^2*3^5*7^2*11*13,find the following.(leave your anwer written with exponents)a.GCD b.LCM