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If xΩy is defined as the smallest integer of which both x and y are factors, then 10Ω32 is how much greater than 6Ω20?

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xΩy = LCM(x,y)
10Ω32 = LCM(10,32)=160
6Ω20=LCM(6,20)=60
can you take it from here?

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Yes! Thanks!

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