# Algebra II

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If x Ω y is defined as the smallest integer of which both x and y are factors, then 10 Ω 32 is how much greater than 6 Ω 20?

A. 2
B. 70
C. 100
D. 160
E. 200

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I think it's C.

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Can you explain?

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"The smallest integer divisible by 10 and 32 is 160, and the smallest integer divisible by 6 and 20 is 60. The difference between them is 100." - Princeton Review

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