# LCM and HCF Formulas Aptitude Problems, shortcut tricks Example questions pdf

# LCM and HCF Formulas, shortcuts, Aptitude Problems with answers Pdf

LCM and HCF solved problems using the formulas are portrayed in this post. When you quit in reading the post you will definitely have the answer for the difference between lowest common multiple and highest common factor. This post will help you in preparing for exams placement or campus interview, MBA exams like CAT, MAT, GRE, GMAT and bank exams like IBPS, SBI etc. LCM and HCF example, with answers is given in this post. Let us start with the basic concept of lowest common multiple and highest common factor.

## LCM and HCF formulas

The least number exactly divisible by given number is called LCM. There are two methods, factorization and division method (shortcut). LCM is very easy to find because these problems are learned in schools.

### How to solve LCM and HCF problems

Quantitative aptitude problems based on this topic given with an example,

We hope that now you have understood the concept of numerical problems on this topic. In the next section you can find a set of 4 quantitative aptitude questions with solution on this topic.

#### LCM and HCF problems with solutions

Hard LCM and HCF questions were solved here using the shortcut tips. The frequently asked problems are find the LCM and HCF of given number or the HCF and LCM will be given, you need to find the lowest and highest number exactly divides it by leaving x reminder.

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## 2 Comments

In my calculation of lcm and cut of 3 nos. I find that my lcm was 136 which one is surely not the cut

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In my calculation of lcm and cut of 3 nos. I find that my lcm was 136 which one is surely not the hcf

17 24 34 68