# Least common multiple (LCM) - math word problems

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• LCM What is the least common multiple of 5, 50, 14?
• Lcm simple Find least common multiple of this two numbers: 140 175.
• Decompose Decompose into primes and find the smallest common multiple n of (16,20) and the largest common divisor D of the pair of numbers (140,100)
• LCD 2 The least common denominator of 2/5, 1/2, and 3/4
• LCM Common multiple of three numbers is 3276. One number is in this number 63 times, second 7 times, third 9 times. What are the numbers?
• What is 3 What is the least common denominator of 11/15 and 12/19?
• LCM of two number Find the smallest multiple of 63 and 147
• Pyramid Z8–I–6 Each brick of pyramid contains one number. Whenever possible, the number in each brick is lowest common multiple of two numbers of bricks lying directly above it. That number may be in the lowest brick? Determine all possibilities.
• Nuts How many we must have at least nuts if we can equally divide it to 10 children, 12 children or 15 children and any nut left?
• Dining tables In the dining room are tables with 4 chairs, 6 chairs, 8 chairs. How many diners must be at least to be occupy all tables (chairs) and diners are more than 50?
• School Headteacher think whether the distribution of pupils in race in groups of 4,5,6,9 or 10. How many pupils must have at least school at possible options?
• Matches George poured out of the box matches and composing them triangles and no match was left. Then he tries squares, hexagons and octagons and no match was left. How many matches must be at least in the box?
• Lcm of three numbers What is the Lcm of 120 15 and 5
• The smallest number What is the smallest number that can be divided by both 5 and 7
• Apples 2 How many minimum apples are in the cart, if possible is completely divided into packages of 6, 14 and 21 apples?
• Fractions Sort fractions ? by its size. Result write as three serial numbers 1,2,3.
• Lcm 2 Create the smallest possible number that is divisible by numbers 5,8,9,4,3
• Cents no more Janko bought pencils for 35 cents each. Neither he nor the salesperson had small coins just a whole € 1 coin. At least how many pencils had to buy to pay for the whole euros?
• Dance ensemble The dance ensemble took the stage in pairs. During dancing, the dancers gradually formed groups of four, six and nine. How many dancers have an ensemble?
• Two rulers We have two rulers. Scale interval on first rulers are a spaced 1 cm and on second spaced 15 mm. Rulers are attached to each other so that they match initial divider commas. What next dividers commas coincide? Find at least three cases.

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