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chocolateluva77:

can smo reply asap? find the LCM 7a - 42, a^2 - 6a explain how u got the steps to the solution ty

Vocaloid:

7a - 42, factor out 7 to get 7(a-6) a^2 - 6a, factor out a to get a(a-6) So they both have (a-6) in common, so that’s the first part of the lcm. From there, 7(a-6) also has 7 in front, and a(a-6) has a in front, so we multiply by 7a Giving us 7a(a-6) as the lcm

chocolateluva77:

@Vocaloid ty

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