1959 AHSME Problems/Problem 42
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Problem 42
Given three positive integers and . Their greatest common divisor is ; their least common multiple is . Then, which two of the following statements are true?
Solution
Because , 1 is false. Because , 3 is false. It follows that the answer is .
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