LCM of two numbers?

lcm of two numbers
pi/3
pi/2

How do I do it? Would it be pi or pi/6? Thanks

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  1. LCM = 6

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  2. the lcm of pi/2 and pi/3 is 6?

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  3. Yes

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  4. That would mean that 6 is an integer multiple of pi/2.

    By that reasoning,

    LCM of 30/2 and 30/3 is also 6.

    I think we can agree that LCM(1/2,1/3) is 1.

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  5. 1 and pi

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  6. pi 4pi/3

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  7. LCM of pi/3 and pi/2 :
    LCM of (pi,pi)/ HCF of (3,2)
    Therefore required lcm is
    Pi

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