# Pyramid Z8–I–6

Each brick of the pyramid contains one number. Whenever possible, the number in each brick is the lowest common multiple of two numbers of bricks lying directly above it.

May that number be in the lowest brick? Determine all possibilities.

May that number be in the lowest brick? Determine all possibilities.

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