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# What is the least common multiple of the first ten counting numbers?

What is the least common multiple of the first ten counting numbers?

I think it includes 0.. or not.. idk

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- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
8*5*7*9 = 2520

in my opnion

prime numbers less than or equal to 10

2

3

5

7

8 is the biggest 2-factor

9 is the biggest 3-factor

5 is the biggest 5-factor

7 is the biggest 7-factor

- Anonymous1 decade ago
the answer is 2^3*3^2*5*7=2520

Trust me i did this in class once and the teacher said it was right

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- Jerome JLv 71 decade ago
1 = 1(1)

2 = 1(2)

3 = 1(3)

4 = 1(2)(2)

5 = 1(5)

6 = 1(2)(3)

7 = 1(7)

8 = 1(2)(2)(2)

9 = 1(3)(3)

10 = 1(2)(5)

LCM = 1(2)(2)(2)(3)(3)(5)(7) = 2520

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