# Least common multiple (LCM) - practice problems

The Least Common Multiple (LCM) of integers is the smallest number that is divisible by these numbers without a remainder. Example: LCM(12, 15) = 60.#### Number of problems found: 218

- LCM of three ints

Find the least common multiple (LCM) of three numbers: 50, 120, and 135. - Lcm simple

Find the least common multiple of these two numbers: 140 175. - LCM

What is the least common multiple of 5, 50, 14? - LCM of two number

Find the smallest multiple of 63 and 147 - Determine 6

Determine the least common denominator 3/4 and -5/6 - Lcm of three numbers

What is the Lcm of 120 15 and 5 - Calculate 2976

Calculate the least common multiple of 120, 660, and 210. - Compare three fractions

Which of the three rational numbers is the largest? 1/7, 6/17, 4/17 - Consecutive 23251

Find the LCM of four consecutive natural numbers. Its sum is 42. - Counting number

What is the smallest counting number divisible by 2,5,7,8 and 15? - Identical 2781

What is the smallest number of nuts we can divide into 24 and 36 identical piles? - The smallest number

What is the smallest number that can be divided by both 5 and 7 - Lcm and hcf

If the LCM of a and 18 is 36 and the HCF of a and 18 is 2, then a = … - Difference 15263

Calculate the difference between the greatest common divisor and the least common multiple of 24 and 36. - Workbooks 7701

Determine the smallest possible number of workbooks divided into stacks of 6, 8, 9, or 10. - Lcm 2

Create the smallest possible number that is divisible by the number 5,8,9,4,3, - LCM

The common multiple of the three numbers is 3276. One number is in this number 63 times, the second 7 times, and the third nine times. What are the numbers? - Lcm to eliminate y

Identify the least common multiple that would eliminate the y-variable. 6x - 5y = -4 4x + 2y = 28 - Length of a string

What are the smallest string length we can cut into 18 equal parts and even 27 equal parts (in decimeters)? - LCD 2

The least common denominator of 2/5, 1/2, and 3/4

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