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What is the HCF and LCM of 200 and 175?

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Answered 2013-06-03 17:29:58

200 = 23 x 52

175 = 52 x 7

hcf = 52 = 25

lcm = 23 x 52 x 7 = 1400

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LCM = product/HCF so product = LCM/HCF in this case 380/16 which is 23.75, so the answer to your question is no.

HCF - Highest Common Factor. LCM - Lowest Common Multiple.

The LCM of 175 and 125 is 875

175% of 200= 175% * 200= 1.75 * 200= 350

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