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    LCM/GCD With Mathematica

    Can Mathematica execute the lcm and gcd functions in an equation? For instance, could it return a list of values for a, b, and c in the equation:

    (\text{lcm} (a,b))(\text{lcm} (b,c))(\text{lcm} (c,a))=(abc)\text{gcd} (a,b,c)

    Thanks in advance for the info!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winding Function View Post
    Can Mathematica execute the lcm and gcd functions in an equation? For instance, could it return a list of values for a, b, and c in the equation:

    (\text{lcm} (a,b))(\text{lcm} (b,c))(\text{lcm} (c,a))=(abc)\text{gcd} (a,b,c)

    Thanks in advance for the info!
    Do you mean:

    Can Mathematic generate a list of solutions for your equation?

    (presumably you would want it to do this without further programming on your part?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Constatine11 View Post
    Do you mean:

    Can Mathematic generate a list of solutions for your equation?

    (presumably you would want it to do this without further programming on your part?)

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    That's correct. I want Mathematica to generate a list of solutions for the equation. If programming is required, how much?
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    Could someone please show me how to do this with Mathematica?
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