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there are THREE things here

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the 1st is M (multiple) from LCM (lowest common multiple)

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write them out

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Example off a question
Find the LCM off 6 and 4

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6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36,
4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28

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the 2nd step is the C (common) part - finding the same (common) multiples from the number's given

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There, you have written out some multiples off 6 and 4

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looking back at the example we will see 12 and 24 is common in both multiples off 6 and 4

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then the last part which also happens to be the easiest is looking for the lowest (L) from your list off common multiples

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12 is the smaller than 24, so we will choose that one

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Goodluck and all the best

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You've found the LCM!

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