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In mathematics, the value that is equally divided by the two supplied numbers is known as the LCM of any two. Their least common multiple is the smallest among the common multiples of two or more numbers. Another name for it is the Least Common Divisor (LCD).
The accepted method for representing both integer and non-integer numbers is the decimal numeral system. The base-10 number system, arguably the most widely used number system, is referred to as decimal. It serves as the accepted method of designating both integer and non-integer numbers.
Calculate the LCM of decimal numbers 0.24 & 0.45.
Here, the decimal numbers are 0.24 & 0.45.
Let us multiply the given numbers by 100 to convert the given decimal numbers into integers.
Now, we get a new set of numbers as 24 & 45.
To calculate the LCM of the above numbers, let us factorize the numbers.
Here, 24 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3
& 45 = 3 x 3 x 5
Now, LCM (24, 45) = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 x 5 = 360
Now, by dividing the LCM (24, 45) by a factor of 100, we get 3.6.
So, we can say that the LCM of decimal numbers 0.24 & 0.45 is 3.6.
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1. How do you find the LCM of 3.5 and 4?
The LCM of 3.5 and 4 is 28 and 28 is the number that divides 3.5 and 4 exactly.
2. How do I find the lcm of a number?
To find the LCM of any number first list out all the multiples of the number, now identify the smallest number from the list. The smallest multiple would be the LCM of the number.
3. What are the 3 methods to find LCM?
The 3 most common methods for determining the LCM are the brute force method, prime factorization method and division method.