What does LCM mean?

The LCM (least common multiple) is the smallest positive whole number exactly divisible by two or more given whole numbers. Example: the LCM of 14 and 35 is 70 because 70/14=5 and 70/35=2, and no number smaller than 70 is exactly divisable by 14 and 35. and its the smallest number out of them all
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