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Find the LCM of 11(s3) and 33(s3).
LCM of 11 is 11*1
LCM of 33 is 3*11
LCM is 11*3*1=33
What do I do from here?
I put down 33(s3) was the answer but I don't think that is right.
Thanks for your help.

I figured it out. Thanks.
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