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The maximum value of LCM of any two numbers m and n which don't have any common factors is m×n.


  1. False

  2. True


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The correct option is B

True


The LCM is maximum when both the numbers don't have any common factors.
When the numbers don't have any common factors, LCM = m×n.
For example, 2 and 5 don't have any common factors. 
LCM of 2 and 5 is 2×5=10.

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