Step 1

Given,

Craig is training for a race.

He bikes every 2 days and swims every 3 days .

If he biked and swam today,

We have to find how many days will pass before he bikes and swims on the same day again.

Step 2

Number of days will pass before he bikes and swims on the same day again

= Least common multiple of 2 and 3

\(\displaystyle={2}\times{3}\)

Answer: \(\displaystyle={6}\) days

Given,

Craig is training for a race.

He bikes every 2 days and swims every 3 days .

If he biked and swam today,

We have to find how many days will pass before he bikes and swims on the same day again.

Step 2

Number of days will pass before he bikes and swims on the same day again

= Least common multiple of 2 and 3

\(\displaystyle={2}\times{3}\)

Answer: \(\displaystyle={6}\) days