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b. Let a, b 2 2 be integers. Complete the following algorithm for computing ged(a, b) . Factor a into primes, in the form a--p?% . . . . . Factor b into primes,.. . Then ged(a, b) is equal to ... c. That algorithm is a useful way to think about ged, but in real-world applications where effi- ciency matters, it is essentially useless. Why do you think that is? d. Alter your algorithm so that instead it computes lcm(a, b).
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