The calculator finds all factors of each number 13 and 1202 by checking all corresponding divisors automatically from 1 to the given number, then it identifies the biggest from the common factors. In this way, the GCF is found. The calculateor uses two inputs to support the GCF and LCM calculation of fractions or ratios (as these are common math exercises). The Least Common Multiple And Greatest Common Factor Calculator will calculate:
Least Common Multiple And Greatest Common Factor Calculator Parameters: Numerator and denominator are both integers; the calculator works only for two numbers at once.
|The Greatest Common Factor of and (GCF) =|
|The Lowest Common Multiple of and (LCM) =|
|LCM and GCF Calculations Table|
|LCM formula and calculations|
|LCM ( and ) = |
LCM ( and ) =
|GCF formula and calculations|
|GCF ( and ) = |
GCF ( and ) =
|Least Common Multiple And Greatest Common Factor Calculator Input Values|
|Numerator (n) =|
|Denominator (d) =|
Please note that the formula for each calculation along with detailed calculations is shown further below this page. As you enter the specific factors of each least common multiple and greatest common factor calculation, the Least Common Multiple And Greatest Common Factor Calculator will automatically calculate the results and update the formula elements with each element of the least common multiple and greatest common factor calculation. You can then email or print this least common multiple and greatest common factor calculation as required for later use.
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Review the tutorial and theoretical description for calculating LCM and GCF here.
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