# QA – Placement Quizzes | Numbers, LCM and HCF | Question 13

HCF of two numbers is 11 and their LCM is 385. If the numbers do not differ by more than 50, what is the sum of the two numbers ?

**(A)** 132

**(B)** 35

**(C)** 12

**(D)** 36

**Answer:** **(A)** **Explanation:** Product of numbers = LCM x HCF = 11 x 385 = 4235

Let the numbers be of the form 11m and 11n, such that ‘m’ and ‘n’ are co-primes.

=> 11m x 11n = 4235

=> m x n = 35

=> (m,n) can be either of (1, 35), (35, 1), (5, 7), (7, 5).

=> The numbers can be (11, 385), (385, 11), (55, 77), (77, 55).

But it is given that the numbers cannot differ by more than 50.

Hence, the numbers are 55 and 77.

Therefore, sum of the two numbers = 55 + 77 = 132

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