**LCM** is the **lowest multiple of two or more numbers**. Multiples of a number are those numbers which when divided by the number leave no remainder. When we are talking about the multiple, we consider only the positive number. For example, the **LCM of 12 and 48 is 48** because **48** is 4th multiple of **12** and **48** is 1st multiple of **48**. Here, an array of positive elements will be provided by the user and we have to **find the LCM of the elements of the array by using the Python**. To **find LCM of the elements of the array**, use the following algo,

**Algorithm to find the LCM of array elements**

- We need to import the math module to find the GCD of two numbers using math.gcd() function.
- At first, find the LCM of initial two numbers using:
**LCM(a,b) = a*b/GCD(a,b)**. And, then find the LCM of three numbers with the help of LCM of first two numbers using **LCM(ab,c) = lcm(lcm(a1, a2), a3)**. The same concept we have implemented.

Program:

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