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Re: If x represents the Least Common Multiple of 12 and 18 and y represent [#permalink]
If x represents the Least Common Multiple of 12 and 18, and y represents the Greatest Common Factor of 12 and 18, what is the value of x−y ?

Step 1:
Least common multiple of 12 and 18 = 36
X=36

Step 2:
Greatest common factor of 12 and 18 = 6
Y=6

Solution:
x-y = 36-6 = 30

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