what is the lcm for 30,35,47,11?
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50+50-25x0+2+2
50+50-25x0+2+2
frakshuns: LCM(11,30,35,47)=108,570
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30=2*3*5;

35=7*5;

47=47*1

11=11*1'

the lcm of 30,35,47,11 is 2*3*5*7*47*11=108570.

it is least no. which is divided by 30,35,47,11
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