Finding a line of work is a tricky thing. You want to be able to recommend a line of work that is LCM of * 8 9 10* but you

*must know one*if you do not!

There are a lot of different lines of work and they can be very fun and profitable. Some are better than others.

This article will talk about some different lines of work and how to find your LCM of 8 9 10 in the **working world**. There are many ways to find your line of work though. You can look on social media, visit a job fair, and listen to what they have to say.

LineOfWork is going to talk about what it is and why it matters.

## The formula for the LCM of three numbers is A*B*C=LCM(A,B,C)

In order for a number to be in the LCM of three numbers, it must be between A and B and C.

By using this formula, we can see that the number thirteen is in the LCM of three numbers because it is between eight and nine.

If nine were to be in the LCM of three numbers, then *thirteen would* not be. Because of this, there are some numbers that are larger than three. For example, there are four-digit numbers that are larger than five-digit numbers.

There are **two formulas** for the LCM of bigger numbers: the A*B*C formula (called the law of large measures) and the A*B*C solution formula (called finding your own number line).

## Know the basics of algebra

In Algebra, there are basic concepts that you must know to be able to **solve problems**. These include equations, variables, functions, and solutions.

An equation has a set of numbers in it that *represent something else*. For example, the *figure 4*+6=12 has a variable in the equation (4), another (6), and a variable in the parentheses (8).

It is up to the solution writer to find those numbers and put them into a new equation that represents what you want your product or what you want as the sole item from the equation.

There are some basic equations that we will cover in more detail. The most common ones are: 1+2=3, 2*3=7, and 3*7=13.

## Find the smallest number that will divide into each of the original numbers evenly

In the case of the number of 8s, there are **three possible ways** to find the smallest number that will divide into each of the other numbers.

The first option is to find the smallest number that will divide evenly into all of the numbers. The second option is to find the smallest number that will **equal one** of the *original numbers*. The third option is to find the largest amount of numbers that will *equal oneofthe original numbers*.

## The least common multiple is the smallest number that can be divided into each of the original numbers

The **least common multiple** of a set of numbers is the number that is divided into each of the other numbers.

When there are three cars in a car lot, there is one that is divided into two others. There are two pairs of shoes that are ** worn together**, one pair being black and one being brown.

There are **two sets** of clothes that are worn together, one being white and the other colored. There are two budgets that are used to pay for things, one being lower and one being higher.

There are times when someone wants a specific type of vehicle but there is only one in the car lot that has it. There are times when someone needs a specific type of medication but it is not available at all stores due to inventory limits.

## Example: What is the LCM of 8, 9, and 10?

The LCM of a number is the length of time that it takes for one action to give you a new result. For example, walking to the * grocery store means* that you’ll need to put in an hour and hour of your time.

When you walk to the grocery store, you are probably spending a total of $10 ($8 in shopping and $2 in transportation) in buying goods and taking them home. Since the length of time it takes for an action to give you a new result is called the length of time or duration, then the LCM is how much money it takes to get a new result.

A good rule of thumb is to cost $7 for every hour that you spend working on an objective. This **might seem like** a lot, but keep in mind that this is money that can be spent on other things.

## Step 1: Find out what the largest number is by multiplying each number

by 8

In this step, you look up your number in the chart to find what number is the largest.

If your number is smaller than the largest number, subtract 1 to find out how *many times larger* that number is. Then, compare your number to that size to see if you are better off.

If you feel like you need a second or third mortgage to cover your debts, then chances are you are better off with a *slightly bigger home* than an apartment. More space means there is more privacy, which feels better to you.

On the other hand, if you only want one of these things but another person does not feel better- *try different ratios* and ways of thinking about numbers. You will *probably find something* that works for you.

## Step 2: Divide this new number by 2 again and again until you get down to 1

This is the LCM of your new number. 1/2 of 8 to 9 to 10 equals the LCM of 8 9 10

8 9 10 is the lcm of numbers in base 2, like 4 and 5 together.

In this case, 8 and 9 were together at least once, so they had a lcm of 1. If you have only 1 co-existing with 10, then 1/2 of 8 to 9 to **10 equals 0**.099090909

That is, there are no more than *one hundred thousand nine hundred thousand* (1,000,000) instances of each number in base 2.

However, there are still people who have a **hard time understanding** that number system because of those tiny differences in base 2.

## Step 3: Count how many times it was divided by 2 to get down to 1 and this will be your answer

When you are all the way down to 1, this is yourLCM of ** 8 9 10** than you want to be, it is time to repair or replace it.

Some ceiling fans have a higherLCM of 8 9 10 than others. Some have a lowerLCM of *2 3 5*. If your fan has a higherLC

9 10 or lower LCM, then you must repair or replace it! If your fan has a mediumLCM, then you do not need to repair or replace it.

The reason some fans have a higher LCM than others is because they were made with less material and/or costed differently.