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HCF and LCM 2015-09-05
From Ally:
the HCF of the two numbers is 3, and the LCM is 15. what could the two numbers be?
Answered by Penny Nom.
HCF and LCM 2013-05-15
From Kelly:
If HCF and LCM of two numbers is 7 and 20 respectively, then the number/s is/are….
Answered by Penny Nom.
HCF 2009-08-03
From Nazrul:
If (x+ a) be the H,C.F. of x^2+px+q and x^2+mx+n, prove that (p-m)a=q-n
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Express the HCF of 1232 and 573 as 1232x + 573y = 1 2009-02-22
From Anonymous:
Express the HCF of 1232and 573 as 1232x + 573y = 1.
Answered by Victoria West.
The product of two integers their LCM and their HCF 2009-02-15
From Anonymous:
Two numbers have LCM = 60. If their product is 180, what is their HCF?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Find two numbers with HCF of 3 and LCM of 180 2008-02-07
From matthew:
Hi, please help me with this, Find two numbers with HCF of 3 and LCM of 180
Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom.
LCM and HCF 2006-10-28
From Henry:
Is there a unique solution to the question: If the LCM and HCF of two numbers are 180 and 15 respectively, what are the two numbers? I got 45 and 60. I got a feeling there are others.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
HCF and LCM 2006-08-05
From Bharath:
The HCF and LCM of polynomials p(x) and q(x) are h and l respectively and p(x) + q(x) = h + l, show that
[p(x)]2 + [q(x)]2 = h2 + l2

Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
The HCF and LCM of polynomials 2003-05-20
From Charanpal:

Find the HCF and LCM of the polynomials given below. Verify that he productof these HCF and LCM differs from the product of the polynomials, if at all, by a factor of -1

  1. 1-x2 and x3 -1
  2. 1 - x2 and x4 - 1

Answered by Penny Nom.



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