HCF and LCM

RIO

New member
If HCF of P and Q is h and LCM of P^2 and Q^3 is k then show that P^2Q^3=h^2k

Dr.Peterson

Elite Member
What have you tried? Where are you stuck? Please let us know, so we can have an idea where you need help. (See here.)

One approach you might try is to use the definitions of HCF and LCM. Another might involve the fact that HCF(a,b) * LCM(a,b) = ab. Are you familiar with that?