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...In arithmetic, the least common multiple of a set of numbers is the smallest integer that is divisible by all of them. In this case, 12 is divisible by 12, 3, and 6, and it is the smallest number for which that is true. Regarding the other answers, 9 is too small to be divided by 12; 18 isn't divisible by 12; and although 24 is a common multiple, it isn't the smallest, because 12 comes first.

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