Q. 10 D5.0( 1 Vote )

If LCM (96, 168) = 672, find HCF (96, 168)

Answer :

Given: LCM (96, 168) = 672


To Find: HCF (96, 168)


We use the formula


L.C.M (a,b) × H.C.F (a,b) = Product of two numbers (a×b)


LCM (96, 168) × HCF (96, 168) = 96 × 168


672 × HCF (96, 168) = 96 × 168 [LCM(96, 168)=672]


HCF (96, 168) =


HCF (96, 168) = 24


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