# math

A. Find 3 pairs of numbers for which the least common multiple equals the product of the the 2 numbers.
B. Look at the pairs of numbers you found in part a. What is true about all 3 pairs of numbers?

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1. (3,4) , (2,7) , (12, 199)

for the A. to be true , the numbers have to be relatively prime, that is, they cannot have a common factor between them.

counter-example
(6,20)
least common multiple is 60 , which is not the product of the 2 numbers, since they have a common factor of 2 between them.

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2. Really? Literally ALL these people giving answers clearly don't know what the question in. What 3 PAIRS, not three or four. And we all know how to GET the LCM! People are wondering how to solve the PROBLEM SHOWN. Maybe you should READ it a couple times before you make your answer...

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3. Idk and idc

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4. hello the answer is 8,6,3,3,3,

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5. 36

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6. 24/12

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9. How do I find 2 numbers where the product of those 2 numbers are also their LCM?

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