help pls-urgent maths question!

Martin thinks of 2 numbers. The HCF of these number is 6 and the LCM is a multiple of 15. What 2 numbers he thinking of
6 and 30 work, idk the actual method of how to get there i just did trial and error
There are many possible solutions to this - are you sure you haven't omitted any detail from the question?
Original post by Methene
There are many possible solutions to this - are you sure you haven't omitted any detail from the question?

No this was all they gave
Original post by Dhshsnsksnskxn
6 and 30 work, idk the actual method of how to get there i just did trial and error

tysm
Original post by rani12
Martin thinks of 2 numbers. The HCF of these number is 6 and the LCM is a multiple of 15. What 2 numbers he thinking of

the answere is 6 and 30
tysm
Original post by shaz.ftbl
the answere is 6 and 30

Don't give answers - the rules say you must only give a hint.
Original post by rani12
tysm

Do you know why though or how they got the answer?
Original post by Muttley79
Do you know why though or how they got the answer?

nope lol personally i couldn't care less anymore cuz I had my maths mock today...and it was living NIGHTMARE.
Original post by rani12
nope lol personally i couldn't care less anymore cuz I had my maths mock today...and it was living NIGHTMARE.

Their help was pointless then - that's why it's not allowed to give answers on TSR.
Original post by Muttley79
Their help was pointless then - that's why it's not allowed to give answers on TSR.

why not?
Original post by rani12
why not?

It’s more useful for the penny to drop after figuring it out rather than give the answers. Better chance of being able to apply similar trains of thought to similar or related problems in the future.
Original post by rani12
nope lol personally i couldn't care less anymore cuz I had my maths mock today...and it was living NIGHTMARE.
same i swear i failed x
Original post by leahjanemeasures
same i swear i failed x

no one even tried on the maths test-half the people didn't even do the first question never mind the last
Original post by T!gger34
It’s more useful for the penny to drop after figuring it out rather than give the answers. Better chance of being able to apply similar trains of thought to similar or related problems in the future.

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