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c = int(b[0]) d = int(b[1])

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I got different output. and I should take input of two numbers in a single variable that's why the taken split() function

eg:-

b = 12 24

**What I have tried:**

eg:-

b = 12 24

a = int(input()) for i in range(a): b = input().split() c = b[0] d = b[1] n1, n2 = c, d while c > 0: r = c%d d = c c = r gcd = d lcm = (n1*n2)//gcd print(gcd) print(lcm)

Having split the string, you need to convert the two numbers to integers:

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c = int(b[0]) d = int(b[1])

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CPallini
23-Jan-22 5:42am

5.

Elaborating *Richard*'s solution...

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a = input().split() n1 = int(a[0]) n2 = int(a[1]) c = n1 d = n2 while c != 0: r = c c = d % c d = r gcd = d lcm = (n1*n2)//gcd print(gcd) print(lcm)

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Richard MacCutchan
23-Jan-22 6:33am

And 5 for a complete answer.

CPallini
23-Jan-22 9:51am

Thank you.

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