


LCM Least Common Multiple
LCM of two or more non zero whole numbers is the smallest whole number which is a multiple of each given number. In other words it must be the smallest whole number which is divisible by each number. Method 1: In this method we have to first list multiples of each of the given number, and we have to find out the smallest one which is a common number in each list. Examples: Find the least common multiple(LCM) of 5, 6 and 15. Solution: First we list the multiples of each number.
Method 2: In this method,
Example 1 : Find the LCM of 27, 84 and 90. Solution:
Example 2 : Find the L.C.M of x^{3} + 1,x^{2}  1,(x+1)^{2}. Solution:
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