3 frogs jump 12 mm,13mm and 14mm in one jump.If they start together,find the minimum distance after which they would be together again.Also,

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3 frogs jump 12 mm,13mm and 14mm in one jump.If they start together,find the minimum distance after which they would be together again.Also,find the minimum number of jumps required by each frog to reach the same place.​

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Harper 6 months 2021-12-10T16:57:00+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-12-10T16:58:31+00:00

    Answer:

    They would be together at 1092mm.

    Frog-1 that jumps 12mm requires 91 jumps

    Frog-2 that jumps 13mm requires 84 jumps

    Frog-3 that jumps 14mm requires 78 jumps

    Explanation:

    The question seems us stunned for a minute but the way to calculate solution makes us wander like a bee!

    Its nothing but simple concept called LCM (Least Common Multiple)

    Since they asked Minimum we go with Least Common Multiple

    Next, the minimum jumps is nothing but dividing LCM with its capacity to jump at once.(12mm, 13mm, 14mm respectively)

    Hope it helps!

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