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Indira Roy
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LCM= 12HCF , By solve the problem we get H =31 , By using formula , HCF X LCM = Product of two number , our HCF is 31 and LCM is 12X13=156 , one number is 93 , 31X156= 93X x , so x =52 , sir how your answer 124, i not understand .
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Harshit Nagar
4 months ago
LCM is 12×31**
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