In this blog/video I want to take you a little bit deeper into the world of … the LCM! Yes, that fascinating little mathematical entity is beckoning us to explore it further. Several readers wrote to me after I posted my LCM “trick,” saying they want to see me demonstrate WHY this “shortcut” works. One […]
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Here’s a short video on how to find the LCM. It uses a trick that I have not seen anywhere else, and the approach is quite fast. The information in this video dovetails with the info in this post. I hope that you find this video helpful.
Here’s a quick way to find the Least Common Multiple for a pair of numbers. It involves two short, quick steps: reducing a fraction. Then flipping it and multiplying.
Two little exceptions to the technique laid out in yesterday’s post. To make sure you don’t overlook the exceptions, read this post today.
For the most part, when you set out to find the least common multiple for a pair of numbers, you are asked to go through a bunch of steps that don’t really make sense. Till now! Here’s a way to find the LCM that truly does make sense. This post explains it in clear English, […]
Quick way to find the LCM for any pair of numbers.