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Given the LCM(Lowest common factor) of 14 and k is 140. Find the smallest value of k.​

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The smallest value of k when the LCM(Lowest common factor) of 14 and

k is 140 is 10.

What are factors?

Factors are numbers or algebraic expressions that divide another number or expression evenly

From the question,

If 14 and k is 140

⇒ (14×k) = 140

⇒ 14k = 140

⇒ k = 140/14

⇒ k = 10

Hence, the smallest value of k is 10.

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