How do you find the least common multiple in algebra 2

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for example: 

it says:

Find the least common multiple of the polynomials

3x and 3(x-2)

May 17th, 2015

Take the LCM of the constants and variables separately and multiply them.....

Here we have 3x and 3(x-2).

So the constants are 3 and 3. So the LCM of the constants is 3

Similarly the LCM of the variables are x (x-2)

So the LCM of the terms = 3 x(x-2)

Please let me know if you have any questions and best me if you are satisfactory.



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