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Learn how to find the Greatest Common Divisor and Least Common Multiple of a set of integers.

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TopNewestWith a Great Difficulty I have got 3 stars in GCD/LCM just before the delivery of this blog !!!!

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Great job!

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Can you explain what WLOG stands for?

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That stands for

WithoutLossOfGenerality. It basically means that you're justified in imposing some new condition.Log in to reply

Thanks.

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in the worked example 3 gcd(a

b)=1 can you explain it why?Log in to reply

Think about why this must be true. Let me put it in another way.

Given a fraction \( \frac{a}{b} \), what do we do to put it in lowest terms?

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"put it in lowest terms" means what?

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this description is very helpful......thanks......

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Nice post Master to understanding the concept of GCD. I mean, this is including algorithm (Euclid) as one method to solve in computer science :))

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