LCM Calculator computes the LCM of two numbers i.e. 11 and 5 and gives the Least Common Multiple 55 the smallest integer that is divisible by both the numbers.

Least Common Multiple of 11 and 5 is 55

LCM(11, 5) = 55

**Ex:** number 1 - 1500 and number 2 - 20.

Check out the procedure to find the Least Common Multiple of 11 and 5 using the Prime Factorization Method. They are as follows

**Step 1:** Firstly, find the Prime Factorization of given numbers 11, 5

**Prime Factorization of 11 is as such**

11 | 11 |

1 |

Prime factors of 11 are 11. Prime factorization of **11** in exponent form is:

11 = 11^{1}

**Prime Factorization of 5 is as follows**

5 | 5 |

1 |

Prime factors of 5 are 5. Prime factorization of **5** in exponent form is:

5 = 5^{1}

**Step 2:** Multiply together each of the Prime Numbers with the highest power to obtain the Least Common Multiple

On doing so, you will get the resultant equation as 5^{1}×11^{1}= 55

Therefore, LCM of two numbers 11 and 5 is 55

LCM(11,5) = 55

Go through the simple and easy steps listed to know the Least Common Multiple of 11, 5 using the GCF Formula

**Step 1:** Find the Greatest Common Factor of 11, 5 initially.

Greatest Common Factor is the largest integer by which both the numbers can be divided. The GCF of 11, 5 is 1.

Simply use the GCF obtained in the formula to find the Least Common Multiple i.e. LCM(a,b) =a*b/GCF(a,b)

Substitute the inputs in the formula and you will get as under

LCM(11,5)= 11*5/GCF(11, 5)

= 11*5/1

= 55

Thus, LCM(11,5) using the GCF Formula is 55

**1. What is the LCM of two numbers 11, 5?**

LCM of two numbers 11, 5 is 55

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**3. Where do I get a detailed Procedure explaining the LCM of numbers 11, 5?**

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