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lowest common multiple

lowest common multiple

n
(Mathematics) the smallest number or quantity that is exactly divisible by each member of a set of numbers or quantities. Abbreviation: LCM or lcm Also called: least common multiple

low′est com′mon mul′tiple


n.
the smallest number that is a common multiple of a given set of numbers.
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Noun1.lowest common multiple - the smallest multiple that is exactly divisible by every member of a set of numbers; "the least common multiple of 12 and 18 is 36"
multiple - the product of a quantity by an integer; "36 is a multiple of 9"
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lowest common multiple

[ˈləʊɪstˌkɒmnˈmʌltɪpl] nminimo comune multiplo
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The popular choice - principally chosen because of its highly responsive design functionalities - was the eXact learning LCMS, from the Italy-based digital learning content management business solutions producer, eXact learning solutions," said Asi.
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A third of the way into the book, the focus narrows to the evolving role of women in the LCMS and how that story is integrally related to the issues noted above.
Kieschnick is currently serving as president of the Texas District of the LCMS.
To help it manage the creation and delivery of content - AXELOS began investigating the LCMS market.
But that project was abandoned in 1965 when the LCMS invited the other Lutheran churches to join in the preparation of an eventual all-Lutheran service book and hymnal.
Each congregation had to determine whether the LCMS strictures against worship and certain cooperative activities with Lutherans and others not in formal agreement with the LCMS were "expedient" for advancing its congregational mission.
Having learnt the value of using a third party LCMS in its own projects, Tribal decided to offer that LCMS to its clients.