How many pairs of integers (x, y) exist such that the product of x, y and HCF (x, y) = 1080?
Find the smallest number that leaves a remainder of 4 on division by 5, 5 on division by 6, 6 on division by 7, 7 on division by 8 and 8 on division by 9?
There are three numbers a,b, c such that HCF (a, b) = l, HCF (b, c) = m and HCF (c, a) = n. HCF (l, m) = HCF (l, n) = HCF (n, m) = 1. Find LCM of a, b, c. (The answer can be "This cannot be determined").
How many pairs of positive integers x, y exist such that HCF of x, y = 35 and sum of x and y = 1085?
How many pairs of positive integers x, y exist such that HCF (x, y) + LCM (x, y) = 91?
Sum of two numbers x, y = 1050. What is the maximum value of the HCF between x and y?
The sum of two non co–prime numbers added to their HCF gives us 91. How many such pairs are possible?
There are 2 numbers such that a > b, HCF (a, b) = h and LCM (a, b) = l. What is the LCM of a – b and b?
6 different sweet varieties of count 32, 216, 136, 88, 184, 120 were ordered for a particular occasion. They need to be packed in such a way that each box has the same variety of sweet and the number of sweets in each box is also the same. What is the minimum number of boxes required to pack?