Home » Posts tagged 'least common multiple example solutions'

Tag Archives: least common multiple example solutions

Categories




Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple problems

Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple example question

GCF(A, B) = 21

LCM(A, B) = 6(5)(72)

B = 3(72)

Find the value of A.

 

Solution to this Algebra GCF LCM practice problem is given in the video below!



 

Least Common Multiple example word problem

What is the least number of cards that could satisfy the following three conditions?

Condition 1: If all the cards are put in 2 equal piles, there is 1 card left over

Condition 2: If all the cards are put in 3 equal piles, there is 1 card left over

Condition 3: If all the cards are put in 5 equal piles, there is 1 card left over

 

Solution to this Algebra Least Common Multiple practice problem is given in the video below!



 




May 2024
S M T W T F S
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031  

MathCabin.com 2019-2024 © All Rights Reserved.