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10x^(6), 50x^(4)
what is the LCM

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  1. 10=2*5
    50=2*5^2

    LCM(10,50) = 2*5^2 = 50
    So, your LCM is 50x^6

    Highest powers of all prime factors, considering x a "prime"

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