LCM Calculator computes the LCM of two numbers i.e. 5 and 13 and gives the Least Common Multiple 65 the smallest integer that is divisible by both the numbers.

Least Common Multiple of 5 and 13 is 65

LCM(5, 13) = 65

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

Check out the procedure to find the Least Common Multiple of 5 and 13 using the Prime Factorization Method. They are as follows

**Step 1:** Firstly, find the Prime Factorization of given numbers 5, 13

**Prime Factorization of 5 is as such**

5 | 5 |

1 |

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

5 = 5^{1}

**Prime Factorization of 13 is as follows**

13 | 13 |

1 |

Prime factors of 13 are 13. Prime factorization of **13** in exponent form is:

13 = 13^{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}×13^{1}= 65

Therefore, LCM of two numbers 5 and 13 is 65

LCM(5,13) = 65

Go through the simple and easy steps listed to know the Least Common Multiple of 5, 13 using the GCF Formula

**Step 1:** Find the Greatest Common Factor of 5, 13 initially.

Greatest Common Factor is the largest integer by which both the numbers can be divided. The GCF of 5, 13 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(5,13)= 5*13/GCF(5, 13)

= 5*13/1

= 65

Thus, LCM(5,13) using the GCF Formula is 65

**1. What is the LCM of two numbers 5, 13?**

LCM of two numbers 5, 13 is 65

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**3. Where do I get a detailed Procedure explaining the LCM of numbers 5, 13?**

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