if u agree with leillah explain how you know these numbers and only these numbers work.

if you disagree find all posible pairs of numbers that mses might be thinking of.

if you disagree find all posible pairs of numbers that mses might be thinking of.

Let a and b be the numbers, both numbers must be even if 2 is the GCF, so let a=2m and b=2n where m and n are integers. m and n have no other factors in common, so mn is their LCM and the LCM of a and b is 2mn=60 and mn=30, which has factors 1 and 30, 2 and 15, 3 and 10, 5 and 6.

So a and b can be 2 and 60, 4 and 30, 6 and 20, 10 and 12.

Leillah is wrong in thinking that a and b can only be 10 and 12.

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