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    Question Help with LCM and GCD.

    If a/b,b/c, then the GCD of a,b,c is.

    Please answer with explanation..
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    Re: Help with LCM and GCD.

    Quote Originally Posted by kohila View Post
    If a/b,b/c, then the GCD of a,b,c is.
    Please answer with explanation..
    Well it depends:
    \text{If }a=5,~b=5~\&~c=5\text{ then GCD}(a,b,c)=~?

    \text{If }a=5,~b=5~\&~c=10\text{ then GCD}(a,b,c)=~?

    \text{If }a=5,~b=10~\&~c=15\text{ then GCD}(a,b,c)=~?

    The point being the answer is \min\{a,b,c\}.
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    Re: Help with LCM and GCD.

    But the answer is a, my teacher suggested... I want the explanation on it...
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