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Least Common MultipleThe least common multiple is a concept easier to understand than its name is to remember, yet not so easy to digest immediately, really. The acronym LCM is often used. It is of paramount importance in algebra when used in its particular form, the Least Common Denominator (LCD). The concept allows adding fractions. In this way it simplify life for us "mathematicians". by adding terms we carry less "stuff" around... It goes together with the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Here is a least common multiple calculator for you to use for both calculations: THE NATURE OF MATHEMATICS 13 211. Mathematics is a science continually expanding; and its Congress of Arts and Sciences (Boston and 212. Mathematics accomplishes really nothing outside of the Werke [Kehrbach] (Langensalza, 1890), Bd. 213. They [mathematicians] only take those things into Mathematical Lectures (London, 1734), P 66. Source: Memorabilia mathematica; or, The philomath's quotationbook  Moritz, Robert Édouard, 18681940 Source: Free JavaScripts provided
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