# Least Common Multiple Worksheets

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Practice using our least common multiple worksheets, which include exercises for identifying common multiples of two or three numbers and finding the LCM using methods like listing multiples, factoring, and division. Use the answer key provided to verify your answers. These free worksheets cover everything you need to know about LCM!

Common multiples of two or more numbers are the multiples that are shared by these numbers. For each pair of numerals given in this exercise, identify and write down the first two common multiples.

This moderate-level exercise features double-digit numbers. List the multiples of each number, identify the common multiples shared by both numbers, and then select the first two common multiples.

Finding LCM by Listing Common Multiples

Solve this section of our least common multiple worksheets by listing the first few multiples of the given numbers. The LCM is the smallest number that is divisible by both of the original numbers.

These printables on LCM of Two Numbers task 5th and 6th grade students with identifying the least common multiple of numeral pairs using prime factorization or other previously used methods.

The least common multiple (LCM) of two numbers is the smallest number that is a multiple of both. This exercise trains learners to calculate the LCM of two given numbers with precision and ease.

In our worksheets on finding the LCM of three numbers, determine the least common multiples by breaking down each number into its prime factors, or listing the multiples or using the division method.

GCF and LCM Word Problems Worksheets

Explore a wide range of word problems on applying GCF and LCM. Children in grade 6 and grade 7 read each scenario, identify whether it requires finding the GCF or LCM based on the keywords, and solve them.