What is the least common multiple of `A` and `B`?

Another way to say this is:

`\lcm(`

`A`, `B`) = {?}

`LCM`

The least common multiple is the smallest number that is a multiple of `A` and `B`.

We know that `A` x `B` (or `PRODUCT`) is a common multiple,
but is it the least common multiple?

Write out the multiples of `BIGGER` until we find a number divisible by `SMALLER`.

So, `LCM` is the least common multiple of `A` and `B`.